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 the adjacent village Parish Hall, a superbly equipped building, with disabled access and facilities, its own carpark and stunning local scenery. The village cricket ground is just across the road and Holme Moss is round the corner... Woodhead Road was part of the route for the Tour de France 2014.


The hall can accomodate more than 20 stalls, offering beautiful gifts, crafts & handmade greetings cards from local businesses and designers as well as  homemade cakes, preserves and plants.


So come along and join us for an excellent day out, and take home some unique gifts, or why not treat yourself!

For more information about St David's church please check out our website:

At our events you will also find The Light Cafe, serving morning coffees, delicious light lunches and afternoon teas. 


On the lunch menu you'll find hearty home made soups, a selection of freshly made sandwiches and other tasty meals. There is always a lovely selection of home made cakes available too, baked for your enjoyment.