Lots of new and popular attractions were booked for the Fair on the 2nd May 2016

New that year

 

Galloping Acrobatics will perform a number of displays. Prepare to be dazzled as they perform amazing feats on horseback.

Click here to see a short video of their amazing recent displays when riders and horses perform all sorts of great tricks.

 

Impact Dancers will offer free workshops and perform a display

Click here to find out more about this group.

  

Ride on Safantya - the Steam traction engine built by local resident Lionel Hudspith - the trailer can accomodate 2 adults and 2 children!

 

 

Rugby Area Talent Trust will bring the stage alive throughout the day with some great music, stunning voices and promising young musical talent, hosted by Rugby's own DJ, Dan Sambell

Click here to find out more about this group and the programme of local artists who will be playing.

 

 

Batteria Acid are the Brazilian Samba Sound of Warwickshire and of Rugby Samba School and they will play at the opening of the fair

Click here to find out more about this group.

 

 

 

 

 

A Fun Dog Show will be run by the Guide Dogs and Nuneaton Dog Club - entries £2 - click here to find out more about it and the local fundraising team for the Guide Dogs!

A great safe area for children to have fun!

There will be a colouring competition, Rugby Play Rangers will be on hand to provide fun things for children to do. There will be Children's Archery, Face Painting, Crazy Golf and a safe Children's Small Pets area.

 

Coventry made classic cars will be on display at this years Rotary Spring Fair on 2nd May. A selection of locally made heritage cars will be on show as another new exhibitor.

 

 

Great Central Vauxhall will be joining us at the Spring Fair on 2nd May and are a sponsor towards the event this year - thank you!

Popular returning attractions

 

As part of the Education and Demonstration Team Mark and Upton are able to provide an interesting and interactive visual demonstration on the way we train the guide dogs of the future.  They are able to give the public the opportunity to take a walk in a blindfold and be guided by our demonstration dog.  The aim of the team is to inform and educate the general public in the work of Guide Dogs and to demonstrate the skills our dogs need to give visually impaired people independence and mobility. 

Click here to find out more about Guide Dogs

 

Nuneaton Dogs will run an exciting dog agility display

 

 

Wolly the Clown will be offering circus skills workshops - fun for all the family

Click here to see what he might do!

  

G Force Martial Arts will offer free workshops throughout the day and will also do a display in the arena

Click here to find out more about this group

Try your skill on the Hammer Slammer!

Find out how important the work is of our native bees!

Support your favourite charities!

 

 

If you feel tired, sit and relax, listen to the music and enjoy a cup f tea or glass of wine or even a pint of beer from Rugby's very own micro brewery!

Food and drink will be available from many of the diverse stalls operating throughout the day.