Friday 12th July 2019
3 nights

Awbridge

Romsey Beggars Fair

Romsey Beggars Fair

Awbridge (pronounced 'Aybridge') is a village about 3 miles west of Romsey near the River Test.
We camp on the field behind Awbridge Village Hall
The site opens at 2pm on Friday, and the stewards for this meet are Caroline and Peter, who can be contacted via the Wessex mobile phone on 07939 592 200.

Directions:

Awbridge Village Hall, Romsey Rd, Awbridge, Hants, SO51 0HG
OS Ref: 185/326329

From Romsey head North on the A3057 (Great Bridge Street)
In approx 1 mile turn left at the Duke’s Head PH, signed Awbridge B3084 (Stanbridge Lane)
Continue for approx 2 miles to a 'Y' junction and turn left (Romsey Road)
Take the next left into the hall entrance

Find it on Google Maps

What's on:

Ceilidh

Our usual ceilidh will be held on Saturday evening, starting at 19:30 in the hall on site.

This is an informal folk dance evening, interspersed with song, poetry or music. You can bring your own refreshments, although tea and coffee is provided in the interval.

Local events:

Romsey Beggars Fair
Beggars Fair banner

Music, dance and street entertainment will return to Romsey on Saturday 14th July, when the 27th Beggars Fair takes place. Expect to see, hear and enjoy over 90 acts spread across 20 venues and all for free at Romsey’s annual Summer Music Festival

Throughout the streets and in venues all around the town, the best of local musicians bring you an eclectic mix of folk, jazz, blues, soul, rock, bluegrass, classical and world music. Together with colourful dance displays and children’s entertainment there is plenty of entertainment on offer.

From big bands on the Cornmarket main stage to intimate acoustic music in tranquil gardens, cheerful pub sessions and spellbinding storytelling there is something for everyone.

The Beggars Fair is an annual event run entirely by a small team of enthusiastic volunteers. It has been running since 1993 and is living up to its aims of showcasing local talent in a friendly environment. The day has a great atmosphere that keeps bringing people, and performers, back year after year.

In the area:

Romsey Ancient market town, with lots to see and do
Romsey Abbey One of the finest examples of Norman architecture in Southern England
Mottisfont National Trust. A romantic house and gallery set in beautiful gardens alongside the River Test
Awbridge Local website for Awbridge village

Our sites

Shops

Romsey (3 miles from the site) has a wide range of major supermarkets and shops.

Eating out

There is a wide range pubs and restaurants in Romsey and the surrounding area close to Awbridge.

The Mill Arms at Dunbridge, and the Star Inn at East Tytherley are both convenient.

Transport

There is no regular public transport serving Awbridge.

The nearest train stations are Romsey (3 miles) and Mottisfont & Dunbridge (2½ miles)