Welcome to the Whitnash Fun Day Website
Whitnash is a small town on the outskirts of Royal Leamington Spa, and the event is organised by a small group of volunteer residents, headed by Cllr Adrian Barton, who, apart from his many other voluntary and charity roles in the community, is also a Town Councillor for Whitnash.
This site aims to give information about the many aspects of our Fun Day, which includes Stalls, Rides, Car Boot, Walking Carnival and a 5km Road Run, including application forms and entry forms for a 5Km Road Race. There is something for everyone.
The date for the 2016 Whitnash Fun Day is SUNDAY 3RD JULY. Come along and bring all the family for a great day out.
Can YOU help?
Whitnash Fun Day is a community event, organized for the community by the community. If you can offer any help on the day, such as marshalling the trolley carnival and road run, or if you are a company who might like to sponsor this popular community event then please email us, or call Adrian on 07855372323.
Cllr Simon Button who will have been inaugurated as the new Mayor or Whitnash by the time of the Fun Day, and will not only officially open the event, but he will compere it during the afternoon. This his is message:
“I have been involved with the Whitnash Fun Day for many years. This is a fantastic event, extremely well run by Cllr Adrian Barton and his committee, following months of preparation. This event brings the community together, on hopefully a sunny day, with a variety of attractions and gives many charities the opportunity to raise funds. I am looking forward to this year’s Fun Day, and to opening the event as Mayor of Whitnash”.
Leamington and Warwick MP, Mr Chris White, also sent the following message:
“The Whitnash Fun Day is an excellent representation of the community spirit that is such a feature of our local area. The event is popular for families, and I am very much looking forward to the range of activities on offer again this year. I pay tribute to the volunteers involved in organizing and running the event for all their hard work.”