Spot Faeries deep in Brading Down at this Sunday’s Faerie Festival and Wood Fair

Returning for another year, The Brading Faerie Festival and Wood Fair promises music and dancing, storytelling, demonstrations of traditional woodland skills, quests to complete and trails to follow, plus the fairy market place.

Green faerie and woodland stag at the faerie festival

Summer is about to return with a great forecast for the Isle of Wight for this weekend, so grab the family and head to Bulleys Pit on Brading Down.

Taking place on Sunday (15th September) between midday and 5pm, look forward to music and dancing, storytelling, demonstrations of traditional woodland skills, quests to complete and trails to follow, plus the fairy market place. 

Little faeries

Unicorn petting ponies will be in attendance and bring your own wand to enter the wand making competition or help build the cardboard box castle.

Get dressed up
Costume is encouraged at the event but not obligatory although if you would like to be part of the fairy gathering photoshoot then dust off your wings in readiness.  

Big faeries

Face painting will available on the day and the ‘Pride’ Unicorn will be putting in an appearance alongside the unicorn maidens.

Bring your own
Refreshments will available all day but you can  bring your own picnic and relax in the delightful setting of Bulleys Pit at Brading Down.

Loving our local Countryside
The event is held by local environmental charity Gift to Nature charity –  who look after 29 countryside sites across the Island – to help raise funds and awareness of these remarkable public assets.

Cardboard castle

Book your tickets
You can book your tickets in advance to ensure you don’t miss out. Proceeds support the Gift to Nature charity .

Adult tickets (over 15) are £6.50 each
Child (over five and 15 or under ) are £3.50 each
Under fives go free (accompanied by paying adult)
Adult supporter tickets are £4.30
Family ticket two adults and up to four children is £20
Supporter family ticket is£16

Head over to the Gift to Nature Website to book today.


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Friday, 13th September, 2019 12:03pm

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