Congresbury Virtual Village Fete

To adhere to social distancing rules, for 2020 the Village Fete has gone ‘Virtual’.

Launching on Saturday 27th June, content will be posted on our dedicated Facebook page, however, we understand that not everyone uses Facebook and so all competitions and activities will also appear here for download.

While we cannot re-create the buzz of the physical fete, I hope this goes some way to provide some fun activities for the whole family and generate a bit of community spirit.

For more information on any of the activities, please contact Kirsty by emailing

Scroll down to find crafts, activities, walks, quizzes and more!

Guess the Balloons

Can you guess the number of balloons in this car? Send your guess in to before the closing date, the person with the closest guess will win a Kindle Fire, courtesy of Debbie Fortune Estate Agent.

Virtual Pet Show

Send your video/pics by WhatsApp to 07871 513151 or email (video files may need to be compressed e.g. by using Dropbox) with your name and a short explanation

Create an Ice-Cream

St. Andrew’s PTA usually run the ice-cream stall at Congresbury Village Fete. This year they are giving you the opportunity to create your own ice-cream.

Download the entry form (shown above) as a PDF here.

Colour a Butterfly

Download the CHSW entry form here.

This is the entry form for the CHSW, which can be downloaded as a PDF

Wildlife Quiz

Download a fun wildlife quiz here from Yatton and Congresbury Wildlife Action Group (YACWAG).

Check out these links to fun nature activities for kids.

Post pictures of anything you make on the YACWAG website for inclusion in their newsletter.

Congresbury Scarecrow Trail

Congresbury Walks Challenge

Download the instructions and the four walks challenges below.

Guided Heritage Walk

Download this historical walk from YCCCART (Yatton, Congresbury, Claverham and Cleeve Archaeology Research Team) and learn about the history of Congresbury.

Wishing Tree – Part of The Great Get Together for The Jo Cox Foundation.

Add your message to a label and hang on the designated trees on Millennium Green between Friday 19th and Sunday 21st June. Make it a real Tree of Hope.

Download labels here.