Once again, hosted in the beautiful setting of Parham House & Gardens parkland in the heart of West Sussex, the fair is set to the backdrop of the South Downs and the stunning Elizabethan House. Come and explore our village of stunning white marquees and traditional tents and find over 100 carefully curated exhibitors.
Each marquee at the Summer Fair has a different theme, Country House & Antiques, Textiles & makers, Vintage Home & Handmade and Garden Galleries. In each, you will find the very best in small businesses, merchants and dealers, makers and artisans.
The fair also hosts a series of creative workshops, ranging from embroidery with Caroline Zoob to block printing with Hannah Watchorn. Workshops are available to book online and also o the day. We also welcome industry leaders with informal talks and Q&A sessions.
We have many wonderful partners including The English Home Magazine, Alitex, M&L Paints and Cabbages & Roses who will set up shop in our courtyard, come and explore their pop-ups and meet their wonderful teams.
This show is for the savvy shopper, with a passion for interiors and antiques, if you love to source unique one-off pieces and find interesting and new makers this will make for the perfect day.
Parham is one of the country’s finest Elizabethan Houses, complete with a Great Hall and Long Gallery. Its tranquillity and timeless beauty have changed little over the centuries.
The Pearsons found it in a dilapidated state of repair and employed the architect Victor Heal to help them carry out a major renovation and conservation of the building during the 1920s and 1930s. They researched meticulously the architectural features they found, restoring them using traditional methods of craftsmanship.
The gardens consist of beautiful Pleasure Grounds and a four-acre Walled Garden. There are stunning herbaceous borders, a glasshouse, vegetable garden, orchard and a 1920s Wendy House.
Find the Fair: Parham Park, Pulborough, West Sussex, RH20 4HS
(Sat Nav RH20 4HR)
Parking: Parham Park, Parking is clearly signposted and is situated right next to the fair. Disabled Parking is available.
Dogs: Well behaved dogs on leads, not to roam behind event into parkland
House & Garden: Parham House & Garden is open on Friday 5th June - The Country Brocante Ticket holders will receive a 20% discount, please present your ticket at the house to receive the discounted entrance.
Parham House & Garden is Closed on Saturday 6th June - The Country Brocante ticket holders can return on Sunday 7th June for discounted entrance (please note the fair is not open on this day).
Disabled Access & Facilities: Disabled parking next to the marquee on request at main gates, Disabled loos. Please note the event is held in parkland and the ground can be undulated in areas.
Food & Drink: Cafe open both days 9 am - 4 pm. We host a beautiful tea room and welcome lots of local producers and caters to the event.
Pre-booked tickets for Early Bird will access the fair before the ticket office opens at 10 am.
Only pre-booked early bird tickets will gain access at 9 am.
Standard entrance at 10 am can be paid for on the gate.
Pre-booked tickets available online soon.