Lindfield Village Day

The 2019 Lindfield Village Day (1st June 2019)

Lindfield Village Day procession

Lindfield Village Day procession

Lindfield Village Day takes place on Saturday 1st June 2019. It starts with a procession from Hickmans Lane Playing Fields to Lindfield Common, where the rest of the event takes place. See more information below…

TIMINGS ON THE DAY…

 12.30pm - Procession leaves Hickmans Lane Playing Fields

 1-1.30pm - Procession arrives on the Common, Presentation of prizes

1.40pm - Samba band  (Main Arena)

2pm - Firing of the Anvil  (Main Arena)
This Village Day tradition involves a blacksmith firing a series of controlled explosions in the Main Arena. For those with dogs or who aren’t comfortable with loud bangs, we suggest you move away for this!

2.35pm - Esther Featherstone and her Swoovers  (Main Arena)

3-4pm - Children’s Dog Show  (Small Arena)

3-4pm - Traditional sports day games for all the family  (Main Arena)

4pm - Raffle Draw




For more information on Lindfield Village Day - see the King Edward Hall website

Lindfield Village Day - Sat 2nd June 2018

Katie Derham in the procession at 2017's Lindfield Village Day

Katie Derham in the procession at 2017's Lindfield Village Day

Lindfield’s annual Village Day is being held on Saturday 2nd June.

The day, which is a fundraiser for King Edward Hall, starts with a procession down the High Street (when the road will be closed to traffic between 12.15-1.30pm) which then enters the arena on the Common. The afternoon’s activities are formally started when the local blacksmith undertake the ‘Firing of the Anvil’ at 1.45pm. 

As well as some fun family games taking place in the arena, there will also be a fitting tribute to those fallen in WWI, carried out by members of Lindfield Bonfire Society.

With over 100 stalls on the Common, it is always a great place to bag a bargain - and a beer if you fancy it! 

For more information about the day, residents can buy a programme from High Street shops for just £1. Or see the website: www.kingedwardhall.org.uk