Wassailing and Campfire treats!

We are really excited about our public first event of 2022 on the farm.

Come along between 3 and 5pm on Saturday the 29th of January.

Wassailing is a Twelfth Night tradition that has been practised in Britain for centuries. It has its roots in a pagan custom of visiting orchards to sing to the trees and spirits in the hope of ensuring a good harvest the following season.

Well its a little past Twelfth Night, but the trees still deserve a blessing! Come to the farm between 3 and 5 for some fun - singing procession led by the wonderful Jackie Singer, make toffee apples over the fire and enjoy mulled apple juice and other treats in the pop up cafe.

This is a family friendly outdoor event

No dogs please

Please do a lateral flow test before coming if you are able and don't attend if you are feeling unwell.