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Festive Fairfield

Superb Festive Sing-along

Enjoyable Carols Around The Christmas Tree on Wednesday 21st December, it was nice to see a good number of residents plus our local Safer Neighbourhood Team from Bromsgrove Police joined in with the festive singing.


Festive Fairfield’s Advent Calendar 2022

After the success of the last two years, and many residents wishing to see it again, Fairfield will once again recreate a neighbourhood Advent Calendar.

What is a Village Advent Calendar?

On a given date, something festive is placed in the window (or garden) of a property in Fairfield, that can be viewed by people passing by.  The display staying in place until the end of Christmas day.  Examples of displays are: Christmas wreaths, The whole Nativity Scene, Candles, Father Christmas, Twelves Days of Christmas, Santa & Rudolf in the snow, Winter tree wonderland, and so on.

How can I take part?

Email with your address details, your preferred “unveil” date (1st to 24th December) and an outline of your display (to reduce likelihood of duplication – it would be fantastic if we had at least 24 different displays).  We will then confirm your calendar “unveil” date.

For the Advent Calendar to works, displays must not be unveiled until the stated “unveil” date.

Then, during December, residents and visitors can wander around the village, enjoying the festive displays.  We will publish a map of properties taking part in late November, this can be downloaded from the village website’s Festive Fairfield page Festive Fairfield – Fairfield Village Community Association (, a map will also get posted on the village hall (outside) noticeboard.

If you visit a display, take a photo and share on our twitter feed @Fairfield_Info or email it to us

If you are looking for inspiration, checkout some of last year’s Advent Calendar Windows CLICK HERE

1Cygnet Barn, Swan LaneNativity
232 Stourbridge RoadSanta’s Workshop
3186 Stourbridge RoadNatural Christmas tree with crafty decorations
4Barn Owl Cottage, Stourbridge Road
5Cross Court, Swan LaneLet your light shine
6Fairfield Dental Surgery
7Fairfield Preschool
824 Yew Tree Lane
9Fairfield First SchoolLetters to Santa
10Primrose Cottage, 153 Stourbridge RoadRudolph and some reindeer
1159 Stourbridge Road
1231 Mount Road
13High House Farm, Stourbridge Road
14Fairfield Court (House)
1520 Yew Tree Lane
16112 Stourbridge Road
1721 Stourbridge RoadSnow scene & a large snowman
1857 Stourbridge Road
1955 Stourbridge RoadChristmas ice skating scene
2010 Pepperwood CloseFive Gold Rings
21Yew Tree Farm, Bournheath RoadFrosty The Snowman
22Old Police House, 198 Stourbridge Rd
2383 Brook Road
2428 Stourbridge RoadStars/Angels

Advent Calendar 2021 Results

And the winner is……

There were an incredible 1873 votes cast in our Best Village Advent Calendar competition. The competition, which was a bit fun, certainly got people fired up, lobbying for votes.

Of course some properties got more votes than others, and only one property – the miserable old codger at 10 Pepperwood Close (aka the Chair of FVCA) – got none. Votes for first and second place were very close. The property with the most votes winning a Luxury Hamper courtesy of Morrisons Supermarket.
The three properties with the most votes are:

FIRST PLACE: 55 Stourbridge Road with “The North Pole” 163 votes

SECOND PLACE: Fairfield First School with “The Snowman and the Snowdog” 158 votes

THIRD PLACE: 5 Wood Lane with “Christmas Tree” 117 votes
Well done and thank you to everyone that took part in our Village Advent Calendar. Get your thinking caps on for our Advent Calendar 2022.

Mark the New Year with a Cheer NOT with a Bang

Fireworks near the countryside can be a concern for farmers and pet owners.

Loud noises can scare animals and the waste from fireworks can harm wildlife. Last months fireworks killed one cow in Fairfield and traumatised others.

When bringing in the New Year, remember to Respect, Protect & Enjoy nature.