There was the 1.45pm Ham National with the likes of Desert Porkid, Frankie Deporky, Red Ham, Francis Bacon and le Jambon racing to save their bacon (metaphorically speaking). We Brits really are a crazy lot!
We were blown away by the falconry, particularly when two rows of us linked hands whilst the magnificent Harris Hawk flew down through the tunnel. Quite amazing.
Knights in armour on spritely steeds treated everyone to a fun Jousting display, with a backdrop of St Paul's Cathedral and the city beyond.
Of course there were the usual fairground attractions for the children; hamster balls, bungee jumping, candy floss, bouncy castles, balloons and more.
And then we feasted on Jamaican jerk chicken, BBQ sweet corn, and drank from fresh, young jelly coconuts to the sound of reggae music. All that, whilst the UK and Jamaican flags flew happily alongside one another.
You see, this wasn't any old English fair. It was a London-English fair!