Cider and sausage festival

August 12 @ 1:00 pm 11:00 pm

£15 Under 16s free

Come on down for a great day out for the whole family. Set in the beautiful surroundings of our community farm. The farm provides a mix of open spaces, market garden style veg beds, young woodland and magical pathways.

Visit the animals, browse stalls from local crafts folk and enjoy the scenery of our community farm whilst eating and drinking locally produced food and drink. We work with Woodview Farm shop in Gamlingay and the Cambridge cider company for this event. For cocktails head on over to the horsebox bar It’s gotta kick, they will sort you out!

With lots of children’s activities running throughout the day to keep all ages busy, including sensory and musical play sessions with Antonia the Jungle warrior, hula hooping with Penny Farthings hoop school, a bubble disco and then shout, chant and dance as you join in the parade!

If you are looking for relaxation and nourishment for the mind and body, head on over to the wellness area, where you will find therapists offering massage, reflexology, tapping and oracle reading. With well-being sessions running throughout the afternoon – gentle yoga with Sally, Root to rise with Jessica Slender, Connect and flow with Molly Morrissey, Breathwork with Alex and Lucy Dasilva and a drum circle with Vibrance sounds experience.

This year we have a wonderful line up to provide the tunes that are sure to give you that blissful summer festival feeling!

The ‘Flamin wet gurus’ start off the show, bringing positive vibes and upbeat tunes. A Fat hen farm favourite, They are a Bedfordshire based band, playing a mix of reggae, folk and world music.

‘Grafham Folk tunes’ are next up, playing folk and roots tunes plus an occasional song.

The amazing Stella Hensley and Chris Newman will be headlining the show! Soulful remedies, of rhythm and blues they certainly know how to bring a smile back to our faces and a bounce back to tired feet!

Our favourite Poets Tim Speed, with his nature country living inspired poetry, and Marion Read with her delightful and cheeky verses, they will both have the crowd in stitches.

D’js from Stylus provide us with the funky tunes to get us up dancing throughout the day and into the night.

Adult tickets £15, under 16s free.

Fat Hen Farm

Fat hen farm, Sand road, Great Gransden. SG193BH

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