Frequently Asked Questions
Kew Fete 2017 will be held on Saturday 22nd June between 11am and 6pm.
Kew Fete is held on the eastern part of Kew Green, Kew, Surrey, TW9 3AP
Kew Fete is free to enter
Please, please use public transport. There is limited parking around the Green and most of that’ll be used by the 120 stall-holders that attend the Fete.
Kew Fete is within easy walking distance of Kew Gardens Station (District line and London Overground) and Kew Bridge Station (London Overground).
Buses that stop on the Green are the 65 and 391 and the 237 and 267 buses stop a short walk on the other side of Kew Bridge.
To plan your journey use the planner on Transport for London’s website and use the postcode TW9 3AP as your destination.
Whilst there is parking around Kew Green, it will be very crowded on the day of the Fete, and most parking spaces will be already occupied by the Stallholders. Please use public transport to get to the Fete if you can.
The Fete is held on the Green and so it is easily accessible and can be accessed by wheelchairs. The Green is normally very firm, but care may be necessary if it's rained a lot beforehand.
We have a full programme of acts on the stage from 11am - 6pm. Acts will normally be from local schools, clubs and residents.
If you'd like to appear, please contact us here
Kew Fete has around 110 stalls on the Green, mostly outside, but some within a craft marquee.
Stalls are not allocated on a first come-first served basis. Stall holders should make an enquiry using this form (not available till early 2019). We will then contact you to let you know if you have been successful with your application and request further details and payment.
We have approximately 15 food stalls arranged in the Food Court at the Fete. If you are interested in being one of these stalls please enquire here (not available till early 2019).