The Thriplow Daffodil Weekend 2022

The Thriplow Daffodil Weekend and Country Fair is back after 2 years away! Spend the day exploring the fun activities. 

The Thriplow Daffodil Weekend 2022


The Thriplow Daffodil Weekend and Country Fair is back after 2 years away! On the 19th and 20th of March 2022, between 10 AM and 5 PM, you and your family can spend the day exploring the fair, and having fun with all the activities.



Things for children:

  • Bouncy Castles
  • Games
  • Punch & Judy
  • Face Painting
  • Petting Zoo


  • Gun Dog Scurry
  • Dog Show
  • Archery

Open Gardens for you to walk around and appreciate the beauty of spring flowers.


Thriplow Primary School:

  • Stalls
  • Music
  • Magic Show
  • Poetry Recital


St George’s Church:

  • Flower Festival
  • Bell Ringing
  • Organ Recital
  • History Talks
  • Songs of Praise
  • Service of Celebration


Tractor and Dray Rides around the village, along with Morris dancing to keep you entertained.


Train Rides.



  • Classic Cars
  • Engines
  • Tractors


There will also be live music, refreshments, including a tea room as well as food trucks and a beer tent.



There will be stalls placed throughout the village, The Green Craft Marquee, Cricket Pitch Bazaar, and the Craft Marquee at the school.


The Thriplow Daffodil Weekend is a lovely way to spend time with your family whilst enjoying the spring time! And not only are you in for a lovely day out but you’re also supporting local charities with their aims.




The fair is organised and run by local volunteers and is a charity event. Every year the Daffodil Weekend raises money for local charities or community projects and they pride themselves in having raised over half a million pounds in the last 51 years. Due to the event being cancelled 3 weeks before it was scheduled in 2020, the organisers have decided to pick up where they left off and so the charities receiving this year’s donations are the same as the ones that should have received the donations in 2020 – The Royal Hospital Papworth Charity and The East Anglian Air Ambulance.



The Royal Papworth Hospital Charity was established to help support the hospital and raise money for their treatments and research. If the Royal Papworth Hospital Charity is a cause that you would like to support, then you can either donate, volunteer, or even set up a fundraiser of your own!




The East Anglian Air Ambulance are a brilliant cause and they provide a vital response service that has saved countless lives. They are the first air ambulance service in the East of England to begin to fly 24/7. There used to be a 5 and a half hour gap between 1.30am and 7am, where there were no emergency air ambulances available due to lack of funding. But now, due to charitable donations and also their own fundraisers, the air ambulance can now staff their helicopters 24/7.


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