Lee Valley Easter Bank Holiday Country Fair
Head out and hit your local green spaces this Easter for some family fun and fresh air at this traditional Country Fair.
Now in its 6th year, there’s something for everyone to enjoy with all day entertainment, birds of prey & owl flying displays, terrier racing, and to keep your younger team happy and amused – our children’s entertainer Devilstick Peat, Wild West Show from the Equestrienne Horse Stunt Display Team, Jez Avery’s Stunt Bikes and Buggies.
The goat show which includes bottle feeding lambs and kids, will teach you everything you ever wanted to know about these curious and engaging animals and more besides. Children’s petting pens, historical re-enactment groups including the 44th East Essex Regiment of Foot and 17th Century Life & Times and much much more including demonstrations of rural skills will all add to your enjoyment.
You can also browse, sample and buy from our range of arts and crafts, food and drink and gifts marquees as well as outside trade stands.
And on Monday at this event we are proud to host The Fun Family Companion Dog Show (Companion Dog Show Schedule) so bring along a canine friend and have a go (all proceeds from entries go to Marie Curie care)
Tickets available on the gate: Adults: £7.50, Concessions: £6.50, Young Person £4 (5-18) Family: £20 (2 adults, 2 young people)
Online: Adults: £6.50, concession: £5.50, young person £3.50 Family £18(2 adults, 2 young persons)
Book online to receive a reduced entrance price
Under 5s go free
Young people (5-18 years old) must be accompanied by an adult
Dogs are welcome at this event but please keep them on their lead
Parking is free at this event
By train: The nearest stations are Waltham Cross or Cheshunt (20 minute walk)
By bus: The 211, 212, 213, 240, 250, 251 buses all stop on Station Road
By car: The Showground is located off junction 26 of the M25. Follow the A121 towards Waltham Abbey. Continue forward over each roundabout. At T-junction (facing Royal Gunpowder Mills) turn left towards Waltham Cross along Highbridge Street. The entrance to the Showground is after approximately 150m on the right after the turning into Lee Valley White Water Centre