In January we Wassail our Orchard, in summer we hold Open Air Theatre and Concerts, in October we celebrate Apple Day.
Sun 10th Sept, noon til 6pm- Folk fest
Tickets available at the gate £6.50 adults, £3 child aged 3 and over.
All under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.
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Amazing line up this year with new acts Dan Wilde, The Tarns and Supermoon plus the return of folk dancing, Gayle Fraser and Mozaic Orchestra.
Don’t miss out on this wonderful new musician Dan Wilde who starts the day off at 12.10. Remember to bring your own picnic or get wood baked pizza, bbq and cakes in the garden. Washed down with real ale and cider, tea or coffee.
Samples of the acts are;
Dan Wilde has been performing his own brand of richly observant folk both in the UK and around the world for the past seven years. And in that time, he’s developed a growing fan-base and a reputation amongst those who know as “a fantastic songwriting talent who without a doubt will deserve and demand your attention” (Eclectically Challenged).
A guitar, mandolin and singing duo originally hailing from Lancashire and Manchester, The Tarns play an eclectic mix of folk-, blues-, and indie rock-influenced originals together with traditional and contemporary covers. Pete Beech plays mandolin and electric guitar and sings, Si Brunert sings and plays acoustic guitar. Pete and Si originally performed some years ago around the London new/ alternative folk and acoustic scene.
More to follow from our other acts, tickets are cheaper in advance through our shop page until midnight Thurs 7th Sept. After this time tickets will only be available at the gate.
Sun 15th October, noon til 6pm – Apple Day
Sat 7th January – Wassailing