The long running Marylebone Summer Fayre took place again today in Marylebone Village. The weather for today's festival was spot on, enticing a large crowd to converge on the streets to take part in t
The long running Marylebone Summer Fayre took place again today in Marylebone Village. The weather for today's festival was spot on, enticing a large crowd to converge on the streets to take part in the amazing array of local food, music and produce that was in offer.
Once a low key afternoon event the Marylebone Summer Fayre has now become something of a festival and a date in a diary not to be missed.
There is lots of activity along Marylebone High Street, Marylebone Lane, Moxon Street, Moxon Street Car Park, Devonshire Street and new to this year Paddington Street. The local retailers and independent retailers who hire stalls for the day all pulled together to create a unique and wonderful day selling an array of fantastic cosmetics, clothes, food and gifts.
Throughout the Fayre there were various initiatives to raise money for Teenage Cancer Trust.
As part of this fund raising exercise local estate agents Druce and Kay & Co, a local public house, Gunmakers and local supermarket Waitrose have teamed together in the Blue Zone to focus on collecting for our charity whilst making a truly distinctive 'festival zone'. This area will host a full days concert put on by "The Bedford" there was a festival bar and delicious festival food. Set in the idyllic surroundings of the park this was a perfect place to lay back, enjoy the day knowing that every penny you spend at the bar is going towards helping a fantastic cause. Due to the generosity of the sponsors for this zone every penny spent at the bar goes directly to Teenage Cancer Trust. Tony Moore hosted the Bedford stage in the "Blue Zone" and introduced multiple artists throughout the day.