Strawberry Fair will take place on Midsummer Common in Cambridge on Saturday 1st of June.

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10.30 Meet on Christ’s Piece for the Parade
11.00 Parade sets off from Christ’s Piece and goes around Cambridge
12.00 Parade arrives at Midsummer Common marking the official opening of the Fair
12.00 Stages, bars and entertainment begin
18.00 Kids’ Area closes
22.00 to 22.30 Stages and area entertainment closes. Head to the Rebel Love Stage
22.30 Stall holders and bars close
22.30 Closing finale at Rebel Love Stage
23.00 Event closes

Yes! This year the theme is “50 years of Strawberry Fair”. So get out your gold costumes…

You can only bring a maximum of 4 cans of beer, cider, ready to drink cocktails, or 75cl of wine per person into the Fair. Neat spirits or glass bottles are not allowed on site. Random searches will take place. We follow the Challenge 25 policy and are also part of Cambridge Pub Watch.

No fires or fire toys are permitted on site, including BBQ’s.

Please keep dogs on a lead whilst inside Strawberry Fair and clear up any mess they make.

You are welcome to bring your own food onto the site.

No video / photo drones are permitted anywhere on site.

Absolutely, click here to find out how you can get involved. Every year, a number people volunteer to help with the clean up following the event. If you’d like more information, just ask any of our stewards.

There are four pedestrian entrances to the Fair. From Maid’s Causeway, Victoria Avenue Bridge, Jesus Green and Walnut Tree Avenue. We suggest you arrive at the Common on foot, by cycle or via public transport. Please do not leave your bicycle secured to the perimeter fence.

The Fort St George bridge will be open to pedestrians and cyclists from 11am for the duration of the event.

No parking is available on site. Please visit cambridge.gov.uk/parking for more information on local car parks or cambridgeshire.gov.uk/transport/around/park-ride for more information on Park and Ride.

Cambridge has a good network of bus and rail routes into and around the city. Alternatively, ask your taxi driver for Midsummer Common.

If you are driving to the city, we strongly recommend using the Park and Ride system. The best option is to use Milton Park and Ride to the North of the city as buses will be running until 11pm (via the Citi 2 service). Alternatively Trumpington Park and Ride to the West of the city has the most spaces available, though best suited for families as buses are only running until 8:30pm.

No camping is permitted on site or in the immediate vicinity of the fair. The Visit Cambridge website visitcambridge.org/accommodation has information on local accommodation and hotels.

During the event lost property will be taken to the Info Point which is near the Victoria Road entrance. Please contact a member of our stewarding team for directions. After the event, please email enquiries@strawberry-fair.org.uk and describe what you’ve lost with as much detail as possible.

Please contact a steward in the event assistance is required. Stewards roam the site and are available at each entertainment area. Medical provision is based near the Information Tent at Maid’s Causeway Entrance. Our onsite Security team and Medical teams also patrol around the site.

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