Prize Draw Supporters

Car Boot

Will be held as normal.
Any Enquires for it,
just turn up at the green on the day from 8AM.

PLEASE do not arrive before 7.30am
The prices will be
£15 for a normal car
£20 for a Van

Yateley May Fayre Monday 6th May 2019
Another great day of fun and festivities for the whole family!

The May Fayre Car Boot Sale provided the normal bustling start to activities at 8.00 on Mayday morning.  People came early to find a bargain and experience the lively feeling of early morning on the Green.

The main Fayre started at 10.30, with the Mayor of Yateley providing a welcome to what turned out to be an exciting day of activities.

The Fayre had a wide range of stalls surrounding a central arena.  The stalls included
  • Crafts, plants and baked treats and many other items for sale
  • Tombolas and games, including the ever-popular Crockery Smash
  • Fairground rides for kids
  • Local charities showcasing their work
  • Various food and drink stands so you can fill and refresh yourself during the day

The Vehicle Show was back

where local enthusiasts showed off their classic and other beautiful cars . .

The arena events were the normal centre of attraction during the day with performances from;


This year we had something unusual! A mother and son motorcycle stunt riders. Performing together they brought you some of the best non-stop explosive action with the "anything goes" Stunt Show. With breath-taking motorcycle stunts which included awesome ramp jumps, impressive trick riding and of course the crowd favourite raging FIRE STUNTS!!


The return of the Murray Sisters performing dazzling equine Displays and Demonstrations. Sisters Siobhan and Anne Marie exhibit extraordinary horsemanship skills on stallions which they have ridden since infancy.


The boys and girls of the Sandhurst & District Corps of Drums have been performing since 2005, in their distinctive and colourful uniform, based on the Royal Marines Band including a White Pith Helmet.
During their marching display, the band will be performing all the old favourites such as The Great Escape, Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines, Yankee Doodle, Dambusters and many more tunes.

In between these main acts, local troupes of dancers entertained you with their beauty skill and grace.

The arena events finished with the ever popular Open Fun Dog Show where a large collection of pampered pooches compete to win classes such as dog with the waggiest tail, the best behaved, most like their owner, most laid back, the most appealing face and the loudest bark.

This year ,Radio Frimley Park provided background music, announcements and commentaries throughout the day.

Parking was available on the Firgrove Road side of the green; a donation to park was appreciated.

Yateley & District Lions hoped you had a great day, enjoy the fun and support all the attractions of the May Fayre.



Events – Yateley May Day 2019


Note: The times and events given below are provisional and subject to change

10:30         Opening Ceremony

10:45         Stallions of Substance

11:15         Frogmore Dance School

11:30         Stunt Mania

12:00         Nirzari Tribal Bellydance Group

12:15         Sandhurst & District Corps of Drums

12:40         Frogmore Dance School

12:55         Nirzari Tribal Bellydance Group

13:15         Redz Performing Academy Display Team

13:35         Stallions of Substance

14:05         Spotlite Dance School

14:20         Phoenix Dance Crew

14:35         Sandhurst & District Corps of Drums

15:00         Spotlite Dance School

15:15         Stunt Mania

15:45         May Fayre Charity Prize Draw

16:00         Open Fun Dog Show – come and enter your four legged friend in Yateley’s own annual fun show – open to all – free

16:30         Arena Events finish

In the Marquee near the Tythings

10:30 – 12:15     Smartphones – The Saxophone Band

12:30 – 13:15     Rodney Dell entertains

13:30 – 14:15     The Bagshot Concert Band

14:20 – 14:50     Rodney Dell entertains

15:00 – 15:45     The Bagshot Concert Band

16:00 – 16:45     Rodney Dell entertains