Parade, Maypole dancing and more at Southfleet’s traditional Mayfair celebrations - find out when and where here

PUBLISHED: 11:54 21 April 2017

Sedley's CE Primary School has organised Southfleet's Mayfair celebrations

Sedley's CE Primary School has organised Southfleet's Mayfair celebrations


The Mayfair has been organised by Sedley’s Church of England Primary School

A primary school dating back to the 17th century has organised its traditional Mayfair once again.

Taking place on May 13, the celebrations organised by Sedley’s Church of England Primary School will launch with a parade heading off from Broadditch Farm at 11.45am.

The parade will end at Southfleet Village field, where the Mayfair will begin at midday, lasting until 3pm.

At the start of the fair, this year’s Mayfair Queen will be crowned by last year’s winner, followed by Maypole dancing.


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