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St Bede's Fair

~ Flintheath at Manor Farm, Friday 24 – Monday 27 May 2024 ~

Site: Manor Farm, Bourn
Manor Farm,14 Alms Hill, Bourn, CB23 2SH Cambridge, United Kingdom

Flintheath invites you to join us at Manor Farm for St Bede's Fair
A return to Manor Farm for four days and nights of camping in May!
We look forward to seeing all our friends old and new in the green fields of Insulae Draconis.

St Bede’s Fair is named after the Venerable Bede, whose feast day is 25 May. St Bede is most famous for his work Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum, the Ecclesiastical History of the English People, written in the early Eighth Century, and because of it he is often referred to as ‘The Father of English History.’

Please note:  registration closes Friday, 17 May.

Only those who have registered and submitted their membership status by 17 May will be allowed on-site.  Thank you for your cooperation.

Pricing information:

£30 per person MEMBER DISCOUNT camping (Fri-Mon) adult

£20 per person MEMBER DISCOUNT camping (Fri-Mon) concession

£10 per person MEMBER DISCOUNT per day trip (capped at £30)

£5 per person MEMBER DISCOUNT per day trip (capped at £15) concession


£33 per person non-member camping (Fri-Mon) adult

£23 per person non-member camping (Fri-Mon) concession

£13 per person non-member per day trip (capped at £33) adult

£8 per person non-member per day trip (capped at £23) concession

children 17 and under free -  concession pricing (student, senior, unwaged, hardship, disabled)

Additionally, non-members will be subject to a non-member insurance fee of £3 per day (or part thereof) of attendance


SCA members receive a discount on their booking.  Join now and save £££ on event fees for this and more events.  One year of SCA membership is only £15 individual / £29 family - SCA UK CIC [Membership Portal]


Important Info:

Please do not attend if you are unwell or have tested positive for covid-19 within five days prior to the event.

For more information, please email


Event Steward: 

Lady Rebecca of Flintheath

Viscountess Eularia Trewe



Viscount Ranulf li Norreis

Archery Marshal:
Viscountess Euphrosyne Eirenikina

Rattan Marshal:
Viscount Ranulf li Norreis

Equestrian Marshal:

Lady Katherine of Glastonbury

Rapier Marshal:

Lady Rebecca of Flintheath

Arts & Sciences:

Lady Joanne Yarrowe &

Lord John Yarrowe

Site Steward:

Lord Captain Kenneth Elliot

Camp Herald:

Lord Captain Kenneth Elliot


Viscount Alexandre d’Avigné

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