|Dates:||21st May – 31st May|
|Times:||Thursday 21st May: 4pm-11pm|
|Friday 22nd May: 4pm-11pm|
|Saturday 23rd May: 2pm-11pm|
|Sunday 24th May: 2pm-11pm|
|Monday 25th May: 4pm-11pm|
|Tuesday 26th May: 4pm-11pm|
|Wednesday 27th May: 4pm-11pm|
|Thursday 28th May: 4pm-11pm|
|Friday 29th May: 4pm-11pm|
|Saturday 30th May: 2pm-11pm|
|Sunday 31st May: 2pm-11pm|
|Event Type:||Token Fair – No cash on rides or inflatables – tokens only.|
|Token Cost:||Tokens are available every day at just £ 1.20 each or ten for £10. Tokens are on sale at the entrance of the fair.|
|Token Info:||Number of tokens per ride varies|
|Entry Fee:||Entrance charge of £1 per person. No charge for under 3yrs.|
Near Sudbury & Harrow Road station & Sudbury Town underground.
Every year we come back to Barham Park which is without doubt our favourite venue in north London and demonstrates every day why Brent council keeps winning London in Bloom and why Barham Park was awarded yet another Green Flag in 2010.
Every year we tell you the story of George Barham who made a fortune by founding Express Dairies and bringing fresh milk to London by train to replace the sour white gloop being drunk by the sour white Londoners of Victorian times. Every year we tell you how his house and gardens were given to the Council and how the house fell down, made as it was from Cheese Straws perhaps, but the gardens and the stables are still there.
Meanwhile visit this value for money family fair with lots to do for everyone for Bank Holiday weekend and the half term school holiday period. I will tell you that you should rush down to the Wembley/Sudbury junction just off the Harrow Road, nearest post code HA0 2HB and nearest underground Sudbury Town on the Piccadilly Line, with lots of buses from Harrow and Wembley.
Visitors to this year’s fair will find that we are fund raising, not only for the traditional Hospital Bequest from George Barham’s will but also to support the newly formed Friends of Barham Park Library who are looking to raise funds to improve the services offered from this vital public service, which is in fact situated in part of the original building from the area, Crabs House, which dated from the 18th Century and pre dated the arrival of Sir George and Titus Barham and the building of Barham House itself .