The Charter Fair celebrates the granting both of the Town’s first Market Charter by Henry III in 1253, and the reconfirmation of the right to hold a market by Elizabeth I in 1554. It also celebrates the Citizen’s Charter, which in 2018 confirmed Bridport as the U.K.’s first “Rights Respecting Town.” The former, with the market now listed as one of the top markets nationally, has helped shape the Town’s character over the centuries – the latter will be influential in determining the future identity of our community.
The Fair seeks to reflect our community – what it does, who does what and why – with a focus on a single day of music, information and demonstration based in the Arts Centre and Bucky Doo Square. A further area for families is being considered for the 2020 Charter Fair.
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