July Events in the New Forest
Wed 01 Jul 2015
1st July - 2nd August - Hampshire Food Festival - Many different events held across Hampshire, here on the south coast of England, will celebrate the best of local food and farming throughout the Hampshire Food Festival which will this year run from 1st July to 3rd August.
3rd - 5th July - Winchester Hat Fair - Winchester's Hat Fair began in 1974 as a busker's festival and is now Britain's longest running celebration of street arts. The annual festival incorporates outdoor and site specific works, musical events, spectacles and a children's procession.
4th & 5th July - Race for Life - Southampton Common - Cancer Reasearch UK's Race for Life is a series of women-only events which are raising money for research so that we will beat all 200 types of cancer sooner.
5th July - Bournemouth International Triathlon - Bournemouth International Triathlon is one of our longest running events. Since 1993 it has been located right next to Bournemouth pier.
11th July - Lets Rock Southampton - Let's Rock Southampton brings 80's music to Southampton Common for a second year on Saturday 11th July 2015.
18th July - Fordingbridge Summer Festival - Whatever your age there were lots of fun things to see and do. Classic cars, vintage motor cycles and tractors, arena displays to entertain you, live music from three bands, fete games to play and static exhibitions.
18th July - 31st August - Summer Holiday Activities at Beaulieu - Join us during the school summer holidays for a fun packed family day out here at Beaulieu in the New Forest.
24th - 26th July - Netley Marsh Steam & Craft Show - Three days of family entertainment with arena and static displays. Arena events start at 11:00am on Friday, 10:00am on Saturday and Sunday.
28th - 30th July - New Forest Show - The New Forest & Hampshire County Show is an annual three day agricultural Show held at the end of July, attracting around 95,000 visitors over the duration. Show jumping is a major feature with international classes held throughout the three days. A full range of equestrian classes also feature, as well as livestock competitions including pigs, cattle and sheep, plus a poultry section, rabbits, cage birds, and honey bees.