Tofts Fair, 21st July 12-4pm, Lower Priory Street, York

On Saturday 21st July the ‘Friends of York Walls’ are holding a Tofts Fair around Lower Priory Street, just inside the walls near to the Victoria Bar. With help from the local Residents Association and the support of City of York Council, this is part of the City’s 800th Charter Year celebrations.

Activities planned include:
Music & dance, Giant games, Miniature train rides, Bouncy castle, Dog show, Halfords bike display & free bike safety checks, Charity stalls, Climbing wall, Face painter, Ice cream refreshments & BBQ, Punch and Judy, Local history displays, Free fruit for the children, Sponsor a Stone and History of the Walls display by FYW, etc..

The Friends of York Walls are keen to join with local residents in celebrating the walls that meander past their streets and back gardens. The Walls in York are England’s longest and most complete, and visitors from all over the world come to walk on them. The Friends of York Walls are keen to promote our wonderful heritage for the good of local residents and visitors alike.

Advertising flyer available here.


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