Ham Fair is on Saturday 10th June 2023
Ham Fair 2022 was a great success with a record number of visitors on a perfect sunny day.
Stallholders had a busy day – see their feedback on – Ham Fair stallholders 2022 page.
2023 stallholder application forms are available on stallholder information page.
There was something for everyone last year – the famous dog show had record entries; the children’s rides proved popular, as did the RAF Hawker Hunter cockpit and camera obscura.
Local schools entertained us in the morning, and these were followed by performances in the afternoon by the North Kingston Choir; David Stenhouse; Mad Stick Dogs & Five Day Weekend.
Featured events at Ham Fair include Junior Art and Junior Photographer competitions.
The entries to the competitions will be on display in the Craft Marquee.
You can find the details of each of the competitions, including how to enter, by following the links here.
GETTING TO HAM FAIR
Ham Fair is held on Ham Common, Upper Ham Road, Richmond TW10 7JU.
Please walk, cycle or use public transport. The 65 bus (which operates between Kingston and Ealing) stops at Ham Common in both directions. The 371 bus (between Kingston and Richmond) stops just a few minutes away at Ham Parade and Sandy Lane.
If you are interested in having a stall at Ham Fair then you can find all the details on Stallholder Information page.
ORGANISATION AND SUPPORT
This will be the second year that the fair has been organised by Ham and Petersham Association and Amenities Group having previously been organised by Ham Amenities Group since 1983. Much of the logistics are provided by Ham Scout Group, and with further manpower provided by local volunteers. Ham Fair is run by the local community for the local community.
Ham Fair is supported by London Borough of Richmond upon Thames who allow us to use Ham Common and amend the traffic and parking regulations for us.
HELPING OUT ON THE DAY
If you can spare a little time on the day you can help us to ensure this well-loved community event runs smoothly.
There are plenty of tasks that people of all ages can help with such as directing stallholders to their positions, keeping Ham Common clear of litter, and general stewarding.
If you are interested in helping then please email for details. All help will be gratefully received