About Mill Road and its celebrations
Once upon a time, Mill Road was a quiet country lane leading to the southeast out of the city of Cambridge, named after the windmill that stood at what is now the corner of Covent Garden. It’s the most cosmopolitan street of Cambridge and a bustling street lined with international spice shops and restaurants.
One of the most popular events in Cambridge is the Mill Road Winter Fair. Its held every year on the first Saturday of December. A true celebration of the community and bringing together local businesses, organisations, musicians, artists and dancers. The main focus of the event is food and drink, and what is there not to like?
Mill Road Saturdays
Unfortunately, there won’t be a Winter Fair again this year. Fear not, the Mill Road community has worked hard to create exciting events for the next three months.
There will be stalls and buskers at Donkey Common and Petersfield on Saturday the 9th of October, the 6th of November and the 4th of December from 10.30 am to 3.30 pm.
What will be happening?
Join the Mill Road community for a day of busking, stalls and beautiful bunting, and an I Spy trail showcasing the Mill Road community.
Come by with friends and family to Petersfield and Donkey Common (the square of green outside Parkside Pool) for a relaxed celebration of the diversity of Mill Road.
More information and a big thank you!
Please check out the Mill Road Winter Fair website for more details of the featured stalls and buskers and continuing updates on Mill Road Saturdays.
Fair for all at the Edge Cafe
Join The Edge Cafe for their community fairs held as part of the Mill Road Saturdays celebrations. Come along with your wardrobe extras for the clothes swap, enjoy brunch or afternoon tea and then stay for the retro games and open mic – oh, and don’t forget to join in the drumming workshop!