Glenfarg Village Fete 2019

Saturday the 8th of June

Walking procession leaving from Ladeside fountain at approximately 1PM, heading to the village hall where the event will be officially declared open at 1.15PM, by Kinross Pipe Band.

Along with village resident Tim Corcoran, Mum of three Emma Mackie is heading up a group of Mum’s in taking over the running of the Glenfarg Village Fete, after the 2018 committee stepped down and appealed for new volunteers.

“Tim and I decided to take up the challenge when we realised the fete was at risk of coming to an end. We are passionate about keeping the fete alive and are hoping the local community will get behind us and support the fete. It’s a big project but one we are excited about.

The fete will feature all the usual attractions, along with some new ones, as well as the traditional procession, which we would like to revive. This year we really want to get back into the heart of the community and ensure it’s a great day out for the whole family.”

We urgently need volunteers to take turns manning stalls, selling wrist bands and supervising the bouncy castle, to name but a few. We rely on this help to ensure the fete’s success on the day and for years to come. We’re not asking anyone to commit to the full afternoon but if you feel you can help in any way, please get in touch. 

For more information on how you can help support your local fete, please contact Emma, or message us through our Facebook page – Glenfarg Village Fete.

Thank you!