Sunday June 19th, the Tithe Barn Lenham, from 11.00 until 17.30

Our Fun Dog Show promises to be a great day out, whether you have a dog or not.  There really will be something for everyone and we hope that you’ll be able to come and support us at this fun summer event. Other than individual stalls, all funds raised will go towards The Friends of St Mary’s and our work to preserve and maintain our Grade I listed church building. This is just some of what’s in store on the day:

  • Fabulous Fun Dog Show
  • The Friends of St Mary’s information stall
  • Whizzbang face painting
  • Classic cars
  • Homemade cakes
  • May Farm Luxury Ice Cream
  • Bar and a BBQ organised by The Lenham Social Club
  • Agility demonstration by Julie Dowle, local dog-lover, and Have-A-Go agility course 
  • Lenham Meadows Trust stand
  • Games such as tombola and guess the weight of the cake
  • Clive Lennard pet portraits
  • Hedgehog rescue
  • Kent Loves…Larder will be with us too, selling all sorts of lovely local produce; you can even order an afternoon or cream tea to pick up on the day by getting in touch with Kent Loves… on or 07784 450631. We’ll have seating so that you can enjoy tea whilst watching the show.
Key information
  • Entry: entry to the show ground is free.
  • Parking: there’s no parking at the Tithe Barn, but you can park in the Lenham Community Centre car park.
  • Cash or cards: please do bring cash with you as many of the stalls will be cash-only.
  • Click the button below for all the detail on the dog show itself.

Past Events

Christmas Eco Fair, November 27th 2021

Even though that morning the village had received its first sprinkling of snow, St Mary’s still had a steady flow of people visiting the various stalls at the eco fair and enjoying the hot tea and coffee and mouth watering cakes that were on sale. On the Friends of St Mary’s stall, we were selling our stunning Christmas cards depicting a snowy atmospheric view of the church, courtesy of Lenham Studio Photography + Design.  As part of the eco theme, our chairman Andrew Barr brought along a sheep’s fleece and was engaging with visitors to our stall on the many uses of wool in our day-to-day life; very interesting. The eco fair was a great opportunity to promote the Friends of St Mary’s and to sell our cards, where all proceeds go towards ensuring that this historic building remains an important and central feature of the village for generations to come.