Nunney Street Market and Fayre


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Popular annual street market and fayre held around the moated 14th century Nunney Castle. A royal charter was granted for a weekly market and annual fair in Nunney in 1260.

The event was revived in 1975 and attracts thousands of visitors from across the South West. The Times shortlisted Nunney Fayre as "one of the fetes to be seen at this summer".

Over 120 stalls selling a wide range of goods, food and drink, live music, street theatre and shows for children make Nunney Fayre a great day out for the whole family.

This year's Nunney Street Market and Fayre focuses on life in and around the castle in the Middle Ages. An exhibition, street theatre, hog roast, medieval entertainment and much more will take visitors of all ages back in time to the age of knights and castles.

Nunney Fayre is free to visit. A parking fee applies, with the money raised supporting community projects.

Times and prices are subject to change. Contact venue before setting out.

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  • OoooShiney

    27-Mar-2013 Report

    A really lovely day was had by our small family. DD loved the live music dotted about the village, DH loved the food and local cider and I loved seeing all the wares at the market.

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