Planning your visit
The Fair opens at 11.30am and closes at 4pm on Sunday 26th November 2023. Entry is £5 for over 18s. We don't have any cash machines on site but all stalls and entry gates accept card payments.
You can enter the Fair on foot through the gates on the South Circular entrance, the Junior School entrance on Hunts Slip Road and the Alleyn Park entrance. Travel by public transport if you can; catch the P4 bus or the overground train to West Dulwich or North Dulwich (Google Maps). There is no parking on site but it is usually possible to park in roads nearby.
We have a great range of over 110 stalls to visit and you can look forward to enjoying food at our Street Food Market which showcases cuisines from around the world. In addition there is a KidsZone in the Auditorium and Santa's Grotto in the main Reception area to keep the kids happy and occupied.
Toilets are available on site. The majority of the site is accessible and accessible toilets are available (see site map).
Dogs are not permitted on site.
Please leave prams in the pram store shown at number 8 on the site map (see site map).
With thanks to:
and all our other supporters.
Pinky was a fantastic cook and when she passed away, Pat found that one of the things she left him with was the skill to cook great tasting food. Thanks to his brilliant mother, throughout his life Pat had always taken great pleasure in cooking wonderful Guyanese dishes full of "Flava" for loved ones and friends.
After a successful 25-year career running his own marketing company in the UK Pat felt that time to refocus his energies and follow his passion whilst, taking time out to be with his father in Guyana. The only English-speaking country in South America, with a completely unique culture and an exciting blend of Amerindian, Black African, East Indian, Chinese, Portuguese and European influences. Pat found himself visiting the local markets regularly, picking up fresh produce and the chilli’s that grow solely in Guyana. Making dishes with these amazing peppers, Pat was inspired to create a range of sauces that celebrate the dazzling Guyanese cuisine.
This cultural blend provided the frame work for a distinct and unique Guyanese cuisine centred around the WIRI WIRI chili pepper also known as the "Guyana Chili" or the "Flava Chili". WIRI WIRI is nicknamed the Flava Chili for good reason, as an essential ingredient in Guyanese cuisine which is vibrant, exciting and adds something that makes it distinctly different to on traditional Caribbean cooking.Over the last 5 years Pat has been working tirelessly developing and perfecting this first range of Pat & Pinkys Hot Sauces.
It is Pat’s belief that these sauces can shine a light on the unique culture of his homeland whilst also supporting local farmers and the economy.
Dulwich College Christmas Fair Programme