The Hale Carnival and fete are held annually on the first Saturday in July from 2pm until 10pm. It is held on the Hale Recreation Ground, off Upper Hale Road, Farnham, Surrey.
The objectives of the Carnival Committee are:
1. Hold the annual Carnival event
2. Raise enough funds to cover the costs of the
carnival and donate to local charities and
other good causes all we can.
3. HAVE FUN !! while doing what we do, and
provide superb entertainment for our local
We have plenty going on all the time and we are always looking for helping hands either at our events or on carnival weekend. Please do get in touch if you would like to find out more about what we do. In the mean time, please browse our website pages, and do like us on Facebook if you like what you see.
Carnival Committee News -
Hale Carnival Committee has donated £7,000 proceeds from the Hale Carnival held on the 4th July 2015.
Bells Piece / Post 19 / Toy library / Pat dogs / Hale School / Opportunities Project / St Marks / Methodists Church / Bethel Church Darby & Joan Club/ Farnham Cricket Club / Hale Scouts / Hale Brownies Greenways Nursery / Hale Village Hall / Folly Hill School / Heath End School / William Cobbett School / History of Hale Project / Sea Cadets The Bungalow.
AGM. 15th October 2015. St Marks, Upper Hale Road. 8pm
The Hale Community Time Capsule – organized by Geoff and the
History of Hale Project.
The Carnival Committee were delighted to attend and be part of the ‘Planting of the Time Capsule’ for the community in the Village Hall. Memorabilia of the carnival event have been placed in the capsule,
which will be opened in the year 2097, to coincide with the 200th anniversary of the village hall.
now available from various outlets - try Tesco Express or come to committee tent on Saturday
HALE CARNIVAL 2016
PROCESSION ENTRY WINNERS
A Folly Hill School – “Rainbow, Sunshine, Moonbeams”
B William Cobbett Primary School – “On the Farm”
C Bethel Baptist Church – “Space Academy, Mission Accomplished”
D Hale Methodist Church – “The Great British Bake Off”
E Roger Cope’s entry - 1978 MGB GT in British racing green
Most Original Entry – Greenways Nursery –“ In the Garden”
Best in Show (Children)
Hale School – “Celebrating 100 years of Roald Dahl”
Best in Show (Adult)
(Opportunities, Hale Networking Group –“ Hale Community”