The South Downs Green Fair is a family festival held at The Sustainability Centre near Clanfield, Hampshire on Sunday 13th May from 10.00am -5.00pm.
The first announced acts are:- All Things Considered, Bemis, and Hometown Show.
The event offers attendees live music plus the chance to explore green issues and solutions, woodland craft demonstrations, lots of fun children's activities, bushcraft, face-painting, fancy dress parade, local food, beer tent, permaculture, renewable technology, traditional rural skills, green Shopping, tipis and yurts, live music, beer tent, fair trade café, The Permaculture Forum with special guest speakers, a fair trade fashion show, green shopping, renewable technology, a seed swap ( bring your plants and seeds), and lots of information and advice.
Tickets can be purchased on the gate, and are priced at £8 adult and £3.50 for children. For ticket information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01730 823166.
By Public Transport: The nearest train station is Petersfield. Numerous connections.
Buses (operated by First Hampshire) come from Portsmouth and Horndean every 20 minutes to Clanfield.
New free biodiesel minibus shuttle from Clanfield and Petersfield! Please phone for details.
By car: From the A3 take the Clanfield exit and follow the signs.
By Bike:There are bike sheds to park your bicycle.
This event does not have camping but there are a number of hotels, hostels and guest houses in the area.
More information will be here when available.
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