Western Parish Fête – a traditional country show
The third Western Parish Fête will take place on Saturday 9 July 2016 and will be centred on the West Show Association’s popular horticultural marquee, children’s activities and musical entertainment.
The fête will include a number of activities run by the Western parish Youth Projects. The horticultural marquee will include our annual schools’ vegetable wheelbarrow competition and also a large number of competitions run by the Jersey Association of the National Vegetable Society, including their very popular fun carrot competition.
Donkey derby races – throughout the day
Fun 4 Dogs display team
Ferret, gosling and sheep racing – but not at the same time!
Food and drink
St Ouen’s WI - cream teas
Hamburgers and sausages
Soft drinks and snacks
Horticultural tent and surrounding area
National Vegetable Society Show – many competition classes
Schools vegetable wheelbarrow competition
“Meet the producer”
Working farm animal section
Donkey rides/ Horse and cart rides
Inflatables, swing boats and mini roundabout
Blast Zone Laser Tag Arena
Cannon-O’Rafferty School of Irish Dancing
Emma-Jane Dance School
Chicano – children’s magician
Five Brass Souls
Jersey Ukulele Club
La Moye, Mont Nicolle and St Mary Schools
States of Jersey Community Police Team
Western Parish Youth Projects - mobile buses and other events
The fête will open at 10am and close at 5pm. Entry to the fête and parking are free.
How do I get to the fête?
By car, bike or foot – from Grande Route de St Pierre, turning into Route de Manoir (opposite St Peter’s Grande Marché/ George Carteret).
By bus – routes 9 and 10 to St Peter’s Village.
Look out for us!
Look out for us on Facebook (JEP West Show) and Twitter (@WestParishFete).
The West Show Association is grateful to the Channel Islands Co-operative Society and Albert Bartlett & Sons for their generous financial support.
‘The Channel Islands Co-operative Society is proud to support the Western Parish Fete including the children’s vegetable growing and mini wheel barrow competitions. Community events are an integral part of island life and we are passionate supporters of local. Therefore we understand the importance of keeping agricultural and horticultural events alive and you never know, some of these green fingered youngsters might be our suppliers of tomorrow’ said Colin Macleod, CEO, Channel Islands Co-operative Society.