The East Tytherley Country Fayre is a Countryside Extravaganza with something for every member of the family, young or old.
The Fayre takes place in the stunning setting of Oaklands house, and is planned and run by members of the local community, with all the funds raised going back into the community.
June 7th 2014 coincides with the 70th Anniversary of the D-Day landings.
During WWII, East Tytherley was the location of a large American Army base, which played an important role in ‘Operation overlord’. Join us on the 7th June to find out more about the army base, life in the 1940’s, and the stories of the local men who tragically lost their lives fighting for their country.
Come along in 1940’s costume, and you could win a prize for the best outfit!
East Tytherley may be the smallest village in the Test Valley, with a population of only 200, but we are very proud of it, and look forward to welcoming you to our Country Fayre on Saturday June 7th.
The WWII and local history exhibition will also be open on Sunday 8th June from 11am to 3pm.