The 2024 EcoFair will be held on Bank Holiday Monday 26th August.
Starts 10:30am and ends 8pm in Carshalton Park, Ruskin Road, Carshalton, Surrey.
We will update his page for the 2024 event in due course and will include details of how to apply for a stall or to perform on one of the stages etc.
Run by volunteers at Carshalton based charity EcoLocal, we aim to make this event South London's & Surrey's best EcoFair 🙂 this year we plan to have 3 solar powered stages with live music, 100+ stalls, delicious vegetarian and vegan hot and cold food, real ale bar, children's activties, demonstrations, eco-projects, artisan craft and much much more, including a free electric bus service to the event. Whatever your age or interest, we hope there will be plenty to capture your imagination and make you smile at this year’s EcoFair. With so much to see, hear, do, learn about and taste, this is the ideal day out for all the family.
2023 details: We are delighted to have been able to keep the entrance fee free for children under 12 years old. We have also kept family discounts and introduced a family discount for single parent families. There are also concessions for adults on low income / benefits and OAPs
We have done our best to keep prices as low as possible for this year’s EcoFair, especially for those on low income and families struggling with the cost of living.
- no advance tickets necessary - turn up on the day
- Children under 12 years old: FREE !
- 12-17 year olds: £5
- Adult concessions:
- OAPs: £5
- adults on low income / benefits: £5
- Full adult rate:
We have a full adult rate for those who are able to contribute to supporting the event as well as our charity’s efforts to raise funds for eco-projects improving people's well-being and tackling climate change: Full Adult rate: £8
- Family discounts:
Two adults and up to three 12-17 year olds: £20
Single parent with two or three 12-17 year olds: £15
EcoFair is organised by local charity EcoLocal which is a non-profit organisation full of volunteers who put their time and energy into developing activities and resources for the local community. The event costs the charity well over £25,000 of up-front costs to put on. There are no staff costs in running the event, it is run entirely by volunteers. So as a small local charity we need to raise the cash to fund the EcoFair.
In 2022 we raised funds for our activities supporting people with disabilities or experiencing mental health issues or who are isolated, to participate in community life through outdoor eco projects. Our eco-wellbeing, gardening, food-growing and inclusive cycling sessions make a huge difference to people’s physical and mental health. They increase social interaction and connection with nature and are good for the environment, helping people take action on climate change. So, any surplus funds raised after covering event costs this year will be put toward the cost of these activities again.