Mill Road Saturdays are a series of small events to be held on 9th October, 6th November and 4th December, from 10.30am to 3.30pm.
Featuring craft and charity stalls, buskers and a fabulous ‘street’ of community bunting, Mill Road Saturdays are a celebratory gateway to the diversity of Mill Road. These events are held at Donkey Common (outside Parkside Swimming Pool) and Petersfield opposite, with lines of community bunting at The EDGE Café also marking the Romsey gateway to Mill Road. A closer look at the bunting reveals an I Spy Mill Road trail which encourages people to explore Mill Road at their leisure, discovering its shops, cafés, pubs and restaurants.
Mill Road Saturdays are the first of many events organised by Mill Road Fringe, a spin-off from the Fair Committee.
Find out more by clicking on the links below.
And here are some images from the Mill Road Saturday on 6th November:
The health and well-being of everyone who comes to Mill Road Saturdays and in our surrounding community is of paramount importance to us. We have designed the layout to give you more space; please give space to others when attending. Sanitising stations will be available at the entrances, and QR code posters will be displayed at the entrances, to enable you to submit your details for NHS Track & Trace.
Please do not attend if you are showing any symptoms of Covid-19 or have been told to self-isolate. Anyone developing symptoms of Covid-19 should isolate immediately and request an NHS Covid-19 Test online or by phoning 119. Symptoms of Covid-19 include: a high temperature; a new, continuous cough; a loss of, or change to, your sense of smell or taste. A sudden or unexplained headache, sore throat or runny nose might also be a symptom of Covid-19. Mill Road Saturdays encourages you to get vaccinated, if you are eligible.