• Sun
    12am - 5pmWalled Garden at Hardwick Estate

    Strawberry A6For the second season we will be offering all things strawberry at an Open Day at the farm, for all customers, local community and beyond.

    This year the theme is VINTAGE and visitors are encouraged to dress accordingly. Albert Fields from Goring will be there to do your hair "vintage style".

    And get ready for a day of sumptuous strawberry sweets, strawberry ice cream, salads, soups and wood fired pizza.

    Children's entertainment with lovely Lori of Bardica Theatre and live music.

    Vintage stalls, licensed bar and hula hooping free workshops for everyone. We also have a vintage book for sale "Growing Strawberries Organically", written by Iain Tolhurst in 1986.

    Short talk on growing strawberries, varieties and pest control by Iain Tolhurst at 2PM.

    Entry is £3.50 per adult, children under 12 come free.

    Information for stall holders: if you would like to sell your goods at the Fayre, please send us the Application Form

  • Sun
    11 AM - 5PMWalled Garden at Hardwick

    A6The fourth Squash & Pumpkin Festival is set to display a splendour of squashes and pumpkins to anybody's taste this year.

    Along with lots of other seasonal veg, home-made food, licensed bar and activities for all ages.

    Admission is £3.50/person. Children go free. Tickets available at the gate, cash only.



    11.00 Opening. Reg Troubshort Banjo Band

    11.30 Bardika Theater Story Telling

    12.00 Berty Slippers Kids Show

    12.30 Moldovan Folk Dance Workshop (tbc)

    1.00Pm Berty Slippers Kids Show

    1.00Pm Banjo Playing Workshop for adults

    1.30 Bardika Theatre Story Telling

    2.00 Berty Slippers Kids Show

    2.20 Reg Troubshort Banjo Band

    3PM Garden Tour for adults with Iain Tolhurst

    3.00 Berty Slippers Kids Show

    3.30 Bardika Theatre Story Telling

    4.00 Moldovan Folk Dance Workshop (tbc)

    5PM Close

    The Programme may be adjusted to weather conditions.


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