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Sun, 24 Mar



Sun 24th March - Thriplow Daffodil Weekend and Craft Fair

I am pleased to announce I will be exhibiting at this traditional country fayre weekend in Thriplow, Cambridgeshire (8 miles south of Cambridge)

Sun 24th March - Thriplow Daffodil Weekend and Craft Fair
Sun 24th March - Thriplow Daffodil Weekend and Craft Fair

Time & Location

24 Mar 2019, 11:00 – 17:00

Thriplow, Thriplow, Royston SG8 7QX, UK

About the event

Thriplow Daffodil Weekend & Country Fair is a traditional country fair with up to 14,000 visitors, providing wholesome family entertainment in a beautiful village setting. Visitors say it's the unique Thriplow welcome combined with the lovely village location that keeps them coming back year after year. Over two days, visitors can walk the car free village to look at the 100 daffodil varieties on display, visit the attractions and open gardens, potter around the stalls, take refreshment in the tea rooms serving homemade cakes and sandwiches, or eat delicious hot food while listening to live music.

Adult: £8 | Children 5-16 yrs: £4 | Under 5s: free | Family of 4: £20

10% discount when you book online at

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Thriplow Daffodil Weekend started in 1969 when the church needed major roof repairs. Residents decided to raise funds by opening their gardens and making cups of tea for their visitors. They made an amazing £206 and were so delighted they decided to do it all again the following year – and so the Thriplow Daffodil Weekend was born.

Raising funds for charity

Thriplow have now raised money for charity to a total of over £450,000 over 49 years. The tireless work of the village was recognised in 2011 when the Committee received The Queens Award for Voluntary Service (the equivalent of an MBE for charities). The nominated charity for 2019 is: Rosie Maternity Unit, Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust (ACT) who are raising funds for essential equipment needed by the Acute Neonatal Transport Service and the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, to help support new born and vulnerable babies across the east of England.


Each year, the village has planted more daffodils, of both early and late varieties, to try and ensure we are prepared for most things the weather can throw. There are around 100 different varieties on show.

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