Mark the date: 2018 Mayfield Mayfair ¦ Sat 12th May 1-4pm ¦ High Street TN20 6AB

Thank you to all who took part and came to support the 2017 Mayfield Mayfair: tremendous crowds, wonderful dancing by even more schools, revived traditions and new attractions, all blessed by good weather.


New in 2017

2017 saw the introduction of even more traditional elements at the Mayfair.  The Mayfair started as usual with a short procession and this was then followed by the spectacle of Jack-in-the-Green (the Green Man) and Primavera fighting and defeating the Ice Queen and Jack Frost – a powerful symbol of spring banishing winter.

At the end, the BIG DANCE saw 56 people dancing round the Maypole at the same time and settting a record which we will aim to beat next year.

The details of the event and all the activities are on our Timetable page

You can also see the list of items which were in our Silent Auction here

Find out about shop displays, stalls and other attractions here

Note that the Mayfair is held outdoors in the High Street.  There is the option to move indoors to the Memorial Hall and Scout Hut but this is only be used if there is continual pouring rain.

For the latest news and conversations about the Mayfair, please go to our Facebook page.

Here is a video of Skippers Hill performing a Maypole dance called “The Twister”.  2016 was the first time we have tried this dance at a Mayfair

Mayfield was recently voted the best village in Britain and has so much more to offer apart from the Mayfair.

There is the Fringe Festival from the 6th to the 14th, the Mayfield Art Trail taking place between 11th and 14th May and the Mayfield Festival Choir concert “A Feast of St Nicholas” on Sunday 14th and the .

You can find out more online or pick up leaflets about these events and about the historic High Street from the local shops.