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Banstead Village

May Fayre festivities

Images of the annual May Queen event held in Banstead including the parade and the stalls in The Orchard
The Banstead History Research Group stall The Banstead History Research Group stall at the Banstead May Fayre in the Church Orchard. Members a...
BHRG at the Banstead May Fayre Richard Mantle, Mayor of Reigate and Banstead with a visitor to the Banstead History Research Group'...
Banstead Silver Jubilee May Fayre Banstead Village High street thronging with people who gathered to watch the annual May Queen Proces...
Banstead May Queen Event - walking tall One person had more difficuty than most getting under the balloon arch in the Orchard.
Banstead May Queen and her Prince Banstead May Fayre 2010 – May Queen Jessica Diges and her Prince, Emma Neil-Jones.
Epsom Down School Steel Band at Banstead May Fayre Epsom Down School Steel Band at Banstead May Day Parade on 1 May 2010
Greenacres School at Banstead May Fayre Greenacres School at Banstead May Day 1 May 2010
2011 Banstead May Queen The 2011 Banstead May Queen Emma Neil-Jones with her Prince entering the Orchard through the balloon...
Banstead May Queen 2013 The May Queen, Francesca Warren and her Prince on their way to The Orchard outside All Saints Church...
Banstead May Queen 3 May 2014 May Queen Bethany Davies and her prince Natasha Warren photographed in their horse drawn carriage at...
Banstead May Queen - Banstead Infants School 2 May 2015 The contingent from Banstead Infants School school taking part in the May Queen processi...
Banstead May Queen in horse and carriage The Banstead May Queen Natasha Warren and her prince on their way to the Orchard at All Saints Churc...

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