Holmbridge Rural Fairs are situated in the beautiful village of Holmbridge, West Yorkshire. We're located just outside the quaint market town of Holmfirth, made famous by The Last of the Summer Wine. The fairs are organised by folk from St David's Church and the venue is in both the Church and adjacent Parish Hall, a superbly equipped building, with disabled access and facilities plus a free car park.
The hall can accomodate almost 30 stalls, offering beautiful gifts, crafts & handmade greetings cards from local businesses and designers as well as delicious homemade cakes, chutneys and preserves.
So come along and join us, take home some unique gifts and don't forget to treat yourself too!
If the weather is fine there are lots of lovely walks nearby with stunning scenery and great local country pubs, including The Pickled Pheasant just round the corner. So why not make a full day of it and enjoy our beautiful corner of Yorkshire.
For more information about St David's church please check out our website:
At our events you will also find a cafe, run by our wonderful team of volunteers from St David's Church. All proceeds are used to further the work of the church in the community. We accept cash and card payments.
The cafe is located in our beautiful church and offers both eat-in and take away. We have some table seating but you are also welcome to sit in the pews. We serve hot and cold drinks (including delicious hot chocolate and homemade mulled wine), homemade soups, and a selection of savouries and cakes.