Three pageants have been held in Abinger over the years.
This pageant was held on Abinger Roughs and is believed to have been organised by Jack Ledward.
The 1934 production, a pageant to raise funds for the local parish of St James', was held at the Old Rectory, written by E M Forster
with music composed and arranged by Ralph Vaughan Williams
. In the accompanying programme
, it was described by EM Forster to "show continuity of country life". It featured local landmarks and contained characters acted out by local people. Vaughan Williams composed the anthem "O How Amiable"
for the occasion, dedicated to Dame Frances Farrer
The 1952 production was a "Pageant of Sports"