The annual Gatton Park Country Fair returns on Sunday 7 July (2019), 12 noon – 5pm.
The Gatton Trust, which runs the park and hall, says:
“Set in the beautiful grounds of Gatton Park, the Gatton Country Fair is the perfect day out for all the family.
See animal displays including birds of prey and working Newfoundland dogs as well as stalls showcasing country crafts and local wildlife organisations.
Bring your dog along for the chance to win in the fun dog show. Enjoy a locally brewed pint of beer and lunch from the pizza oven or choose from a range of other food and drink stalls. There will also be live music, tractor rides and a children’s fairground.
The fair takes place on the first Sunday in July and is sited on the Victorian parterre with stunning views of the park; visitors are also invited to explore the wider parkland and gardens.
Adult entry is £7, children go free. Card/cash payments accepted at the entrance.”
The address is Gatton Park, Rocky Lane, Reigate, Surrey RH2 0TD.
Gatton Park is a historic parkand stetching over 260 acres and lying within the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Gatton’s views and lake system were designed by renowned English landscape architect, ‘Capability’ Brown in the eighteenth Century, while Gatton Hall is a Palladian mansion and Grade II Listed building.
The Gatton Trust is committed to conserving the park and gardens for educational purposes and public enjoyment.
The gardens are open on the first Sunday of the month February to October, but there are also a wide range of other events during the year – details on the Gatton Park website.