Oak Fair


Saturday & Sunday 24th & 25th August.

Much like an acorn, from humble beginnings 18 years ago, our little Oak Fair celebrating oak, timber, woodland, conservation and the Dorset countryside has grown into something much bigger, while our ethos remains just the same as it did in our first year. We now welcome over 200 exhibitors to our show and have an action packed arena with some amazing shows and demonstrations.



Our Sponsers

Dike & Son - Oak Fair
F Cuff & Son

One of our favorites, totally for the people, not full of high priced machinery on display. Just lots of crafts, mostly wood related and plenty to eat and drink.

Jerry Rose

Oak Fair Enquiries

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Enquiry Form

Oak Fair - Travel and Parking

The nearest train station is Sherborne, to view timetables and book tickets please visit www.nationalrail.co.uk. There is a taxi cab company at the station which will bring you to the Oak Fair, to find out fares and to book please call Beaver Taxi’s on 01935 816620.


We have several areas including disabled parking, if you require disabled parking please let the attendants know when you arrive. All parking areas are monitored throughout both days by the team from Bradsons.

Mobility scooters are being provided by Wheels for Freedom and are available to book from May on their website: https://www.wheelsforfreedom.org.uk/shows-and-events/events/

The Oak Fair is situated on the Stock Estate on the A3030 near Kings Stag. The Blandford area will experience high volumes of traffic over the bank holiday weekend – in particular the A354, so we advise where possible to avoid this area, please click on the link attached to view where we are and alternative routes you can take.


Oak Fair - FAQ

Yes, but they must be kept on the lead at all times please and must not be taken into the Children’s area. All dog owners are asked to be responsible owners and to clear up after their pet.

We have water points which can be used to fill up dog water bowls. Please DO NOT leave your dog in your vehicle.

Absolutely. Only in the case of severe weather warnings or high wind speeds will the event be cancelled.

The Oak Fair starts at 10.00am and closes at 5.00pm on both days.

We have a2e Medical Services joining us for the weekend and who will deal with all first aid matters. A full risk assessment is carried out prior to the event to ensure everyone safety over the weekend.

There will be plenty of toilets in four locations over the site, plus disabled toilets and baby changing facilities.

Although obviously affected by the weather, the Oak Fair should be fully accessible to disabled persons. Details of who to contact for mobility scooters and wheelchar hire will be available shortly.

No, currently we don’t offer camping, however there are a range of camp sites, B&B’s and hotels in the local area if you wish to stay.

Jack Langmead is the Oak Fair organiser, if you wish to find out more about the Oak Fair email him at oakfair@stockgaylard.com.

(Please be advised that we stick to the themes of woodcraft, timber, conservation and the countryside, so your product/charity must relate in some way. We ask that all items on your stall are handmade and not mass produced.)

Please visit the Oak Fair website to find out more about tickets: www.theoakfair.com

Tickets will be available from June onwards with early bird tickets available until a week before the fair.