If you have an interest in local history then you won’t want to miss the chance to go on one of the Hunting the Blitz walks led by local historian Brian Green. Find out about the early days of film studios and Medieval footpaths on these walks around Dulwich, taking place at 10.30 or 14.30. The Dulwich Burial Ground Open Day is an opportunity to have a guided tour of the burial grounds in Dulwich. Tours on the hour from 1pm to 4pm are free on the gate but donations for St Christopher’s Hospice are welcome.
It’s your last chance to see the Artists’ Open House, so leave some time for this.
The Festival closes in style with the Dulwich Park Fair, now in its 10th year. It’s a traditional fair with all the popular attractions such as the Steam Fair rides, Vauxhall City Farm, Punch and Judy, a magician and Maypole dancing. The stage by the café will feature local musicians, brass bands, choirs and dance acts of all ages. There will be a great variety of food from roast hog to Caribbean jerk chicken and Vietnamese noodles, interesting craft and charity stalls and a chance to sample local craft beers, wines and cider.