Join us in St. Giles’ Church and grounds on Castle Street in central Cambridge on the afternoon of Saturday 14th May to celebrate Europe Day 2022.

The fête will be a relaxed, family-friendly event, starting at 1 PM and finishing at 4 PM.

Activities will include:

  • Music by 4Tunes Friends, Dragan Cvejic, Jeremy Harmer, Les Ray, ReSound a cappella and more
  • Arts, crafts and games for children with Mums 4 Ukraine
  • Food and drink stalls
  • Plant sales
  • A raffle

All proceeds will go to Cambridge4Ukraine to support the excellent work they do to help the people of Ukraine and Ukrainians here in the Cambridge area.

Payments in cash please.

Bring and buy

Entrance is free, and you don’t need to book a ticket, but we invite you to bring along food & drink (dishes and treats from around Europe are especially welcome!) or plants for our stalls, or to donate a prize for our raffle.

If you can do this please email us at to let us know.

Spread the word

Please share this event with your friends, family and colleagues, and if you’re on Facebook share our event (and tick going!)

You can also Download our fête flyer and post it up in your common room, department notice board, local shop or community centre.

Volunteer for our Fête

We need volunteers to help set up before our fête, tidy up afterwards, look after our stalls, and help with our musical acts and activities. If you can spare a couple of hours on the afternoon of Saturday 14th please email us at

About Europe Day

Europe Day is held annually on 9th May, and marks the anniversary of the presentation of the Schuman Declaration, an event which led to today’s European Union.

Europe Day celebrates shared values of freedom, democracy, human rights, equality, human dignity and the rule of law, the very values that the people of Ukraine are now fighting to defend against the Russian invasion.