We have very few photos of the Village Days in the 1990s. The one held in 1993 was opened by Mr. Richard Marks, the Mayor of Guildford (see image 1). The event raised at least £2500 which was donated to St. Lawrence School, Effingham Scouts, Howard Court, the Methodist Church, the KGV Hall and the Brownies/Guides.

The Village Day of 1995 took place on June 11th  and was officially opened by Effingham resident Mr. Ray Davies, rhythm guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter for the famous band, The Kinks. Music on the day was provided by The Epsom and Ewell Silver Band whilst arena displays of fencing and various styles of dancing were staged by the local schools. As seen here, a display of Morris Dancing attracted a good audience. A special treat took place at about 2.35pm in the form of a flypast by a Lancaster, Spitfire and Hurricane from The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight.

During this decade the main Village Days were held only in 1991, 1993, 1995 and 1997; the next such event took place in the Millennium Year 2000. However, a much smaller occasion, involving just a few stalls and demonstrations, was staged in 1996 on Saturday July 6th.