Welcome to The Ferry Fair Festival Saturday 15th August 2015

Hampers for raffle prizes from the ladies in the Deaf Action charity shop

Your Chance to win these Lovely prizes








1.  Overnight stay for two, The Boathouse at Dundas Castle with champagne dinner for two in the Boathouse Restaurant, local transport included. (Courtesy of Sir Jack Stewart-Clark, Paul Steward, Dutchy Holland, Ferry Fare Cars)





A luxury hamper courtesy of the ladies from Deaf Action charity shop

Tour of the Royal Yacht Britannia for 2 adults

Family ticket for Inchcolm Island cruise on “The Forth Belle”

A food hamper courtesy of the ladies from Deaf Action charity shop

Bottle of wine from Champany

Tickets for a tour and tasting at Glenkinchie Distillery.

Family ticket for Edinburgh Butterfly and Insect World.

Family voucher for Blair Castle.

Bottle of wine from Champany

Family ticket for the Scottish Sea Bird Centre.

Bottle of Highland Park Malt Whisky

A hamper from The Little Parlour

A meal voucher from Agoon Pani

Afternoon Tea for two at Ravenous Beastie

Family ticket for Inchcolm Island cruise on “Maid of the Forth”

A meal voucher from Queen’s Spice

A voucher from The Terrace

A voucher from Blondies

A hamper from Craigie Farm

Afternoon Tea for two at Hopetoun

A hamper from Hopetoun Farm shop

A prize from Maisies

A prize from Joyce Paton

A bottle of Bailey’s Irish Cream


Here are the names of the children participating in the fair.  We wish them all the very best.

Main Court



Alexandra Lane


Ryan Thompson

1st Lady in Waiting

Milly Whitehead

2nd Lady in Waiting

Mhairi Richardson

Bower Girl

Erin Park

Bower Girl

Becca Whyte

Bower Girl

Jess Fawl

Bower Girl

Abi Moss

Bower Girl

Cara Nutall

Bower Girl

Halle Graham

Queen Margaret

Kerry Willis

Prince Edgar

Joe Cocozza

Princess Christina

Lucy Hayllor

Princess Agatha

Katie Middleton


Ross Dobie


Eddie Beamish

1st Halbedier

Lucas Armes

2nd Halbedier

Tyler McKenzie

1st Bouquet Girl

Rachel McLean

2nd Bouquet Girl

Tamysn McKenzie

Crown Bearer

Elliot McCartney

Sceptre Bearer

Lewis Berry

Flower Girl

Fiona Rhodes

Flower Girl

Saoirse Hama

Train Bearer

Rebecca Wilson

Train Bearer

Leah Spiers


Cooper Hardwick


Daniel MacGregor


Queen Courtney Receives the Donation from Robert Harris

The Ferry Fair receives a donation from The Jimmy Liddell Memorial Fund.


Queen Courtney received a cheque for £3000 from Robert Harris of The Jimmy Liddell Memorial Fund for this year’s Ferry Fair. The Ferry Fair committee would like to take this opportunity to thank Derek, David and Robert for the generous donation to help with this year’s fair.

The Gracious Lady for 2015 - Moira Sinclair

The Ferry Fair Committee can announce that Moira Sinclair will crown our Ferry Fair Queen Elect Alexandra on Saturday 15th August . Congratulations Moira!!


The Queen for 2015 is Alexandra Lane and the herald is Ryan Thompson

The Ferry Fair Committee can announce that the Court for the 2015 Ferry Fair was picked today and I can announce that Alexandra Lane will be Queen and Ryan Thompson is the Herald. Congratulations to them both and to all who were picked from Queensferry Primary School.

Letters to all the successful Posy Girls and Escorts were handed out at Dalmeny, St Margaret's and Echline Primary School. Congratulations to those who were picked and commiseration to those who missed out this year!

Wrist Bands and Key Fobs

Ferry Fair Bands and Key Fobs

Wrist bands and key fobs which are now on sale at the following outlets: The Terrace, The Spring, JW Physio, The Picnic Café, Picnic at the Port, The Rugby Club Hub and The Hideaway Café.  £1 each and the bands come in 2 sizes - kids and regular.  

If you are unabe to make it to these outlets and would like to order by post/credit-debit card please contact us here. EMAIL US

Ferry Fair Festival Granted Charitable Status

 The Ferry Fair Festival Committee is pleased to announce that it has been granted Charitable Status by the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator and is now a charity registered in Scotland with the reference number SC043392 . It is hoped that this move will boost fundraising opportunities and bring financial benefits to the Fair.

Get Involved

We are sure the whole community of the Ferry and district is aware that planning, preparing for and putting on the Ferry Fair each year doesn’t just happen by itself.  In addition to the work of the committee, help and assistance in different forms from local individuals, organisations and businesses is essential to keep the Fair going and to maintain the standards which we all now come to expect.

This year unfortunately committee membership has been reduced as a result of one ofour members having to resign and also unfortunately no new members came forward at the AGM.

We are therefore appealing to the community for help, either from people with an interest in joining the committee or from anyone who would like to help in one way or another.

If you would like to become involved, or to find out more, please in the first instance contact our Chairman David Steel at david@ferryfair.co.uk

A film from the 1937 Ferry Fair Festival exists for all to see (or buy).

If you would like to see a clip then please visit the below web site.



The Ferry Fair Festival is a charity registered in Scotland SC043392

Get involved!

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The committee welcome anyone who wishes

to be a part of the Ferry Fair.



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