Here is some information about Loughborough Fair.

About Loughborough Fair

Fairs have been held in Loughborough for centuries, the first official Charter being granted to the Lord of the Manor, Hugh le Despencer, in 1221 by King Henry III. The Fair was then held on St. Peter’s Day.

Approximately 100 individual show people attend each year, presenting between them some 20 large rides, numerous children's rides, games and novelty stalls, and the usual popular refreshment stands.

Loughborough Fair 2022

Loughborough Fair will return in 2022 between Wednesday November 9 and Saturday November 12. More details will be announced later in the year.

Loughborough Fair 2021

The 2021 fair took place on Wednesday November 10 and closed on Saturday November 13.

The fair was officially opened at 6pm on Wednesday, November 10 by the Mayor of Charnwood, Cllr Paul Baines who read the official fair proclamation from the Waltzer in Market Place.

Photographs from Loughborough Fair 2021 can be found on Charnwood Borough Council's Flickr page.

Rides and stalls at Loughborough Fair

A list of the rides at the 2021 Loughborough Fair are listed on the Loughborough Fair rides webpage.

Last updated: Fri 22nd April, 2022 @ 09:02