Western Parish Fete – Saturday 11 July 2015
The second Western Parish Fête will be held on Saturday 11 July 2015 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.
Whilst the fête itself is necessarily on a much smaller scale than the West Show, there will still be plenty to see and do. Take a look! Look out for us on Facebook (JEP West Show) and Twitter (@WestParishFete)
Jersey Junior Dog Handlers Association
Food and drink
Classic Herd – barbecued hamburgers and sausages; ice cream
St Brelade’s Youth Project – crepes
St Ouen’s WI - cream teas
St Peter’s School - soft drinks and snacks
WSA - beers, wines and ciders
Little Green Fingers
National Vegetable Society Show
WSA - schools vegetable wheelbarrow competition
St Brelade’s Youth Project - inflatable football pitch
St Peter’s Youth Project - body zorbs and mobile Bus
WSA - hay bales and “Animal Farm”
Helter-skelter and pirate ship
Mini roundabout and high-striker
Blast Zone Laser Tag Arena
Ashiki – drumming band
Cannon-O’Rafferty School of Irish Dancing
Chicano – children’s magician
Emma-Jane Griffiths Dance School
Five Brass Souls
La Moye and Mont Nicolle Schools
Les Haricots Vert
States of Jersey Community Police Team
The fête will open at 10am and close at 5pm and will be immediately followed by a barbecue for members – with live music. Entry to the fête and parking is free.
The West Show Association is grateful to the Channel Islands Cooperative Society and Albert Bartlett & Sons for their generous financial support.
Click here to download a poster. Please help to publicise the event!
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).
By bus – route 9 to St Peter’s Village. See: http://libertybus.je/routes_times/timetables/9