It's that time of year again for the North Lambeth Parish Fete

 

Last year the North Lambeth Parish Fete was attended by more than 2,500 people. This year, we hope to superseed that number by having you join us on this day out perfect for the whole family. Come rain or shine, as sponsors of the event, our team will be there all day donning our blue polo shirts and manning the tea tent.

Check out our highlights from last year

  Join us on Saturday 22nd June between 12.30pm - 4pm.

What can you expect at this year's Fete?

This is a rare opportunity to explore the gardens of Lambeth Palace, which only open to the public a handful of times a year. You will be able to admire at least some of the ten acres that make up London's oldest cultivated garden whilst enjoying the great community spirit of the day.

Stalls
 will include:

▪ A Pimms tent run by the Black Prince Pub


▪ Food from around the world


▪ Barbecues and a tea tent


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The Dog Show

Taking place at 3pm, this will include categories such as:

▪ Best Junior Handler


▪ Fastest Sausage Eater


▪ Agility Course
 

Entertainment

▪ Music from Archbishop Sumner School brass band and steel pans


▪ North Lambeth Parish's Young Voices Choir

▪ Morris Dancing
 from the Blackheath Morris Men: as seen at the London 2012 Olympics closing ceremony

▪ Bouncy Castle

▪ A raffle with gre
at prizes 

 

This year we will be joined by Ronald McDonald House Charities, who provide free 'home away from home' accomodation to families while their child is in hospital. Together we will be putting on some fun activities and games for children of all ages to take part in.

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Daniel Cobb’s sponsorship of North Lambeth Parish Fete is part of our mission to bring people together, promote local businesses and make sure that our clients enjoy a great London lifestyle. If you're looking to buy, sell or rent in Westminster, Kennington or London Bridge, why not get in touch? 

 

The sun shone, the queue stretched down Lambeth Palace Road and the Rev. Canon Angus Aagaard – one of the event’s dedicated organisers – spoke for all of us when he predicted “It’s going to be a fantastic day”.