The Town

The historic centre of Wisbech has a range of shops and there are market stalls every day with the busiest days being Thursday, Friday and Saturday. There is also a car boot on Thursdays and Sundays

Saturday 6th July

On Rose Fair Saturday the whole town comes alive with a parade of floats at 11am and 2.00pm, organised by the Wisbech Round Table.  The theme for 2019 is "100 years of history", and the floats will be celebrating major events that have occurred over the past 100 years across the world. There will be an additional prize for the best Wisbech historically themed float too.


Pride of The Parade


The idea behind Pride of the Parade is to provide a way for young people that have achieved something great to be recognised. Entries and nominations will need to explain why the individual deserves to be recognised for what they have achieved. This could be sporting or academic success, volunteering, supporting or caring for others – anything that demonstrates going the extra mile or perseverance.

Prizes will be awarded by the Round Table, which will be tailored to suit the winners. Entry to the competition is open to anyone of school age (6-16) with one senior winner (aged 12-16) and two joint junior winners (aged 6-12).


To enter or nominate simply 'Like' the Wisbech Round Table Facebook page and send a message, or send email entries to  wisbechrt@gmail.com.

The closing date will be 1st June 2019.


Rose Queen


The Ladies Circle are once again running the Rose Queen competition on behalf of Wisbech Round Table. If you're aged between 14 and 17 you can apply. Click HERE to visit Wisbech Ladies Circle Facebook page for an entry form. Alternatively, you can email wisbechladiescircle@gmail.com

To enter, simply send 250-500 words why you should become the Rose Fair Queen 2019. Please note Wisbech Round Table and Ladies Circle will buy your dress and pay for your hair and make up to be done on the day. In return you will be requested to attend events throughout the year (such as open days with Ladies Circle).


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Come and help us celebrate our Rose Fair!

Spend a day in the Fens and visit one of the finest flower festivals in England, but there is also so much more to see and do in Wisbech, especially during Rose Fair.

There is also entertainment in Museum Square, exhibitions in the historic Wisbech Museum (one of the oldest museums in the country and well worth a visit in its own right!), and a display of historic vehicles in the car park.  Full details of exhibitions, entertainment and other events are published in the Rose Fair programme.

The Alan Hudson Day Treatment Centre at Wisbech Community Hospital


Friday 5th July


Open from 10am to 2pm

Refreshments, cakes, preserves and Arther Rank merchandise on sale

Some of the arts and crafts created by the day therapy patients will be on display and staff and volunteers will be on hand to tell people about our centre and how it can serve the community now and in the future.
















Alan Hudson DTC Appeal - Will you help us raise the money we need to prepare our facility for the future?

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