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Our 4th annual Virginia Water Trail will take place on Saturday 27 May in the heart of the village.

Mark your calendars for the 4th annual Virginia Water Trail on Saturday 27 May!  Join this wonderful community fundraising event in the heart of the village where artisans, residents, charities, great food, local shops and organisations come together for a day of stalls, table spaces, activities and family fun.  Last year over 24 charities benefitted from raised awareness and vital funds, residents were able to sell second hand goods for their own profit, local shops joined in the atmosphere with treats, games, freebies, and fabulous food and local groups such as the scouts, British Legion and schools were able to fundraise for their own projects.


To make this event happen we really need event sponsors and donations for the raffle.  Please contact Michelle Ford at if you would like to get involved.

Spaces will be available to book from 1st March - local residents and community organisations of Virginia Water taking first priority and then on a space available basis. 



Back in May 2022 what a fantastic day we had!   The sun shined, the village came out to enjoy the event in their hundreds with lots of red, white and blue and £000s were raised for at least 24 charities and local organisations!

In particular the following benefitted:

Sight for Surrey

Eikon youth mental health organisation

Mane Chance Horse Sancturary

St Ann's Heath school

1st Virginia Water Scouts

Trumps Green Women's Institute

Dementia UK

Ukraine Aid

Virginia Water Community Association

Virginia Water Library

Tabitha Cambodia Foundation

Helping Hands Penan



In 2020 during the first lockdown, charity shops were closed but donations were piling up, both in garages and on pavements.  The Jumble Trail seemed like an ideal way to free up recycling centres and charity shops from too many donations and for people to make a bit of cash from their unwanted lockdown clear-outs, whilst raising some much needed funds for local charities.  


Acclaimed actress & founder of Mane Chance Horse Sanctuary, Jenny Seagrove, opened the Trail at 10am with the Mayor of Runnymede, Margaret Harnden.

Check the Gallery page for more great photos of the day.

Follow on instagram for the latest news @vwjumble

Huge thanks to our sponsors:

Wentworth Residents Association  * NFU Mutual

Two Women Chatting podcast

 Surrey County Council Members Account (Hulley)

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