WALLED GARDEN OPEN AIR 2021
Saturday 10th July 3pm
Saturday 10th July 7pm
Saturday 24th July 3pm
Sunday 8th August 7pm
Sunday 20th August 7pm
To purchase tickets please click on the event that you are interested in.
All tickets are online in advance only.
All events will comply with Covid restrictions at the time of the event. Social distancing and number limits will apply to all events.
You are welcome to bring picnics and something to sit on, dogs are also welcome on short fixed leads. Under 3s are free to all of our events unless marked (*) this may be under 2 for events organised in conjunction with other organisations.
See the FAQ section at the bottom of this page together with the wet weather policy for more information.
Wet weather policy
This policy forms part of our terms and conditions.
The Walled Garden and amphitheatre are completely uncovered. We will make every effort to complete the performance and reserve the right to stop and start the action as necessary.
Performances will never be cancelled or abandoned before the advertised starting time and then only in the event of very bad weather. Refunds are not given for cancellation or abandonment as a result of the weather; however performances will aim to take place regardless of weather conditions.
Our traditional Apple Day in a marquee will not take place this year.
We plan instead to sell apples and juice from the Walled Garden throughout the apple season with a focus on celebrating all things apple on the weekend of Sun 17th October. More details to follow.
In January we Wassail our Orchard, in summer we hold Open Air Theatre and Concerts, in October we celebrate Apple Day and in December we have Tree Dressing Day.
Cancelled this year, next Wassail Sat 8th January 2022.
SAT 9TH JANUARY 2021 4.30pm AT THE CHAPEL
This event will happen if it conforms with COVID 19 guidelines. Updates will be posted here nearer to the time.
Come along to this fun family event to hold a Wassail ceremony in the Orchard. Procession to Orchard starts at 5pm from the Chapel where we hold a celebration and give gifts to the trees. After the Wassail we head back to the Chapel for soup, Wassail cake and apple juice. Wear warm clothes, bring a torch and something to make a noise with (saucepan lids, bells, musical instruments).