North End Road Hosts Summer Celebration

Join the crowds at this year's big traffic free festival

North End Road Hosts Summer Celebration
Street theatre has been a feature of previous festivals

June 10, 2024

Fulham’s North End Road is once again going traffic free for its annual Summer Festival on Saturday 22 June.

The festival will offer over 150 stalls lining both sides of the road offering arts, crafts, jewellery, home accessories, fashion, gifts and more as well as street food from around the world and fresh produce.

The regular market traders will also be on hand selling fresh fruit and vegetables>

Live bands and DJs will be performing on stages along the route along with children’s workshops and magic shows and street theatre from characters such as Julie the Tea Lady, Pride Skaters, Grannies and Mariposa Butterflies.

The festival will run from 10am till 6pm, with North End Road will be closed to traffic and diversions in place between Lillie Road and Dawes Road from 4am to 10pm.

Hammersmith and Fulham Council says there will be vehicle access to all side roads for residents via Walham Grove and Dawes Road.

A wide range of street entertainment will be taking place on a car free street
A wide range of street entertainment will be taking place on a car free street

There will be no vehicle access to North End Road from Anselm Road, Armadale Road, Epirus Road, Eustace Road, Haldane Road, Halford Road, Racton Road, Tournay Road, Shorrolds Road or Sedlescombe Road.

Seagrave and Ongar Road on the junction with Lillie Road will be resident access only, stewards will supervise resident access to and from Coomer Place and Haldane Road which will become a two-way street from 4am to 10pm.

Fruit and veg stalls will be open as normal
Fruit and veg stalls will be open as normal

An emergency gate on Ongar Road will be left open to allow access to Lillie Road.

Resident parking restrictions will remain in place.

Bus routes 28, 306 and N28 will be diverted via Lillie Road and Dawes Road.

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