British Flair – The Lifestyle Event!
British Flair – The Lifestyle Event!
British Flair – The Lifestyle Event!
British Flair – The Lifestyle Event!
British Flair – The Lifestyle Event!

British Flair – The best of Britain

Whether it is wax jackets, hats and accessories, holidays, or finest single malt whisky, fans of the British way of life will find what they are looking for among a wealth of typically British high-quality products on offer from well known standholders in the open-air shopping area. Culinary specialities such as fish and chips, fudge, Pimm’s, Guinness and Walkers Crisps provide a taste of Britain.

British Flair is also renowned for a varied show programme that transports spectators across the channel. There is a host of attractions, such as Scottish highland games, sheepdog demonstrations, polo and cricket matches, wellie flinging and a pipes and drums marching band. Paddington Bear and the Grand Theatre of Lemmings are not be missed.

The British Flair Open Air Proms Concert is a special highlight with cult status. In the tradition of the “Last Night of the Proms” concert in London’s Royal Albert Hall, promenaders can picnic under the stars to the music of the great composers and also join in the singing.

Proceeds of fundraising activities organised in partnership with Friends of Britain e.V. are donated to charitable organisations in the region. Buy your tickets for our tombola, for example. All the money raised goes to charity and there are attractive prizes to be won.

Open-Air-Shopping

A wide range of standholders offering typically British high-quality products and culinary specialities make for an open-air shopping experience.

 

Show programme at British Flair

Right next to the many retail stands, a big arena and stage feature a varied all-day family show programme.

Charity – British Flair supports good causes!

Every year a tombola and other activities at British Flair raise money for charities.

 

British Flair Open Air Proms Concert

Music in the tradition of the “Last Night of the Proms” concert, with favourites such as “Rule Britannia”, “Jerusalem” and “Land of Hope and Glory”.