If you know which ticket you require please click one of the buttons to take you to the Salvo 2O17 Eventbrite site:

Eventbrite - Salvo 2O17 charity preview and evening shop
Eventbrite - Award-winning Silo lunch at Salvo fair - and a weekend pass for 24/25 June
Eventbrite - Salvo Fair - 24th & 25th June 2017
For more information about each option please see the details below.

FRIDAY 23rd JUNE – Charity Gala Preview and evening shopping hosted by Sir William and Lady McAlpine 

Eventbrite - Salvo 2O17 charity preview and evening shop

Get in early!

A preview opening in support of Smart Works Charity will take place on Friday 23 June 2017 from 5pm to 8pm.

Smart Works is a UK charity that provides women who are out of work or on low incomes with a free styling session, interview outfit and interview coaching to boost their confidence.  Smart Works rely on donations to support their clients, and will be accepting good quality clothing, shoes and accessories at Salvo’s eco-friendly fashion marquee throughout the weekend.  A celebration of new starts and fashion reuse, both supporting women and reducing landfill. 

A complimentary welcome drink and nibbles will be served on arrival.

Luscombe At The Golden Ball will be serving hot food and refreshments with a licensed bar available during the evening for guests to purchase dinner and drinks.

This will give a perfect opportunity to view and shop from the many stands of architectural, garden, decorative antiques, industrial salvage and more.

Tickets are £25 per person.  All Gala Preview proceeds to Smart Works Charity.

Donate to Smart Works Charity for SALVO 2017

Smart Works Charity, Charity No: 1080609, is a limited company registered in England and Wales under Company No: 3870671


Weekend pass and meal deal

Eventbrite - Award-winning Silo lunch at Salvo fair - and a weekend pass for 24/25 June

To celebrate this year’s Green Living fest we are offering special weekend tickets including a 2 course lunch at Silo, Winner of the Observer Food Monthly award for Britain’s Best Ethical Restaurant.

Choice of  Carnivorous or Herbivorous Calzone 

The Contemporary Calzone is Silo’s most popular object of desire. Named for its similar features to the Italian Calzone, our contemporary version is made with the legendary Silo sourdough.  Freshly milled heritage flour, slowly fermented for flavour (and good digestion). Encapsulated inside is braised unctuous lumps of soft venison as the omnivorous stuffing. For the herbivores, we will fill with curried plant-based deliciousness.

Pirate chocolate fondant

Silo’s greatest ecological achievement. This transatlantic emission free chocolate is, of course, one giant leap for sustainability… Zero waste doesn’t mean zero taste.

Old Tree drink 

Ebulis – Elderflower bubbly infused with Sea Buckthorn

Vintage Cider with Botanical Infusion – Single-orchard Somerset blend, dry/medium/sweet available. Infused with seasonal botanicals. 

Kombucha – Unpast probiotic fermented Sencha green tea.

Seasonal Foraged Presse – A hand-picked seasonal fruit presse served with still or sparkling water.

Old Tree is a botanical brewery and handcraft social enterprise established to invest profits into land regeneration through edible landscaping and community growing projects for localised production and resilience.

The Silo Meal Deal will be served in three seatings 12pm – 1pm, 1pm – 2pm and 2pm – 3pm and will be either vegetarian or meat

Eventbrite - Award-winning Silo lunch at Salvo fair - and a weekend pass for 24/25 June


Eventbrite - Salvo Fair - 24th & 25th June 2017

SATURDAY 24th or SUNDAY 25th JUNE 10am to 5pm
Admission £9 advance tickets (click button above) or pay £10 on the day. Accompanied under 16s are free

“The Salvo Fair is always an adventure.  I am constantly inspired by the incredible range of unique finds.” Sophie Conran, Designer.  

“Salvo Fair is a great experience, especially for an architect like me who is passionate about restoration. I found all sorts of weird and wonderful things including classic pieces of great British furniture which I’m a huge fan of. It’s a great day out.”  George Clarke, Architect and of The Restoration Man, and Amazing Spaces



Due to the nature of the businesses coming to the fair, it is often hard to know exactly what will be there. The following list will give you some ideas: Fireplaces, chimneypieces, doors, windows, radiators, statuary, seats, urns, troughs, tubs, garden, sundials, birdbaths, pergola, rose arches, railway sleepers, furniture, bathrooms, baths, basins, taps, toilets, tiles, brassware, knobs, handles, knockers, hinges, balls, finials, chairs, pews, altars, lecterns, stained glass, staircases, spirals, flooring, parquet, woodblock, floorboards, bricks, pavers, flagstones, york stone coping, pediments, balustrade, timber, oak pine, marble, trusses, beams, columns, pilasters, portico, cornice, dado, skirting, roof tiles, slates, ironwork, gates, railings, lighting, lamp posts, kitchens, kitchenalia, sinks, post boxes, telephone boxes, cartwheels, shop fittings, butchers blocks, shingles, paling, craftspeople, restorers, experts, exhibition, demonstrations, green, traditional building, some repro and replica, fair trade, collectors.


Fawley Hill’s steam railway will be open to Salvo visitors on Saturday and Sunday. A ride on the steam train from the restored Edwardian Railway station will cost £5 per person.

Eat and drink surrounded by rescued materials including food from The Golden Ball pub, Silo, Time for Tea Vintage and more.


There is cash machine on site. A very limited number of exhibitors will be able to accept credit or debit cards. The easiest way to pay is by cash. Exhibitors are unlikely to accept cheques.


The fair is an outdoor event. Some pitches are covered by marquees. Every effort is made to ensure that the ground is safe, but if the weather is wet, the ground may be muddy, so please wear suitable footwear.


Dogs on leads are welcome on the fair site. We ask that everyone takes special care to avoid injury. Some Salvo exhibits are big, heavy and sharp.


Book early as Henley and the surrounding area is very popular.  Check out for hotels in Henley.

The McAlpine estate has a bookable area for camping: tents or caravans/campervans : email: events@fawleyhill dot com

Pub with rooms in Henley
The Row Barge Inn
Address: 37 West St, Henley-on-Thames RG9 2ED
Phone: 01491 572649

The Catherine Wheel, Henley-on-Thames RG9 2AR

Tel: 01491 848 484. £79 b&b. (9mins drive from Fawley Hill)

Please note the hotel is above a Weatherspoons pub which plays music til late on Friday and Saturday night. It is possible to request a quiet room. Parking must be booked at £5 per night.

Milsoms Hotel, Henley-on-Thames RG9 2HT

Tel: 01491 845789 £95 b&b. (9mins drive from Fawley Hill)

One car parking space per room. Located above Loch Fyne Restaurant.

Find more local accommodation at Trip Advisor, see the link below: