Saturday, July 9th

WArsash Festival


About us

An event for the whole community

Our roots go back to the Solent Celebration that took place in the year 2000 to celebrate the new millennium. From then, every two years in early July, the Strawberry Field (which is off Newtown Road in Warsash) turned into a wonderful village fair.

The Warsash Festival grew to become a dynamic celebration of life in the local community, and in 2019 the glorious weather attracted over 7000 people to the event.

The Festival is the ideal opportunity for local businesses, organisations and clubs to promote who they are and what they do and raise money for their own good causes.

As general guidance, we define ‘local’ as those who are based and operate in the Western Wards of Fareham.

What’s on…

Arena Events

Trade Stands

Arts & Crafts

Kids Events

Car Show

Live Music

Food Stalls & Beer Tent

Scarecrow Competition

Saturday, July 9th 2022

On the Day…

Fun for EVERYONE !

Arena Events

During the day the arena will be in use for various events and activities. Keep in touch to see the programme of events!

Children’s activities

Fun for all the family (young and not-so-young)!

Trade Stands & Exhibitors

The area outside the arena will be filled with Trade Stands, Exhibitors and Food Stalls – all from the local area. Come down and support your Local Community!

Warsash Abounds with Scarecrows!

The Competition is on!

The scarecrows will multiplying and popping up all around the village this July. See how many you can spot. Vote for your favourite. Better yet, create one yourself and enter it in the competition! Get the Details…

Winners will be announced in the arena on festival day.

Bringing the Community Together!

Meet The Committee

Our team

Matthew Chase

Mr Warsash!
Festival Committee Chairman

Anne & Mike Ford

Bookings Co-ordinators

Mary Nadolski

Scarecrow Competition Organiser

Bird’s Eye of Our Area

Our Festival Network

See who is involved 2022
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Festival Photos

previous years

Your Community Festival

The Warsash Festival is for everyone. Get involved where you can, or just enjoy the day!