Stopping by this Sunday? Please read for some helpful info!
Date/Time: Sunday 10th Sept – 10am-3pm (Gardens and café open from 9am)
Parking: FREE (plenty in our overflow field!)
Dogs: Welcome, on leads
Toilets: Accessible by the play park (the café also has 3 toilets)
Payments at stalls / activities: Please bring cash for use around the site – some stalls may have card payments but this is not always guaranteed. The co-op in crossways just down the road from us is the closest cash machine. (Garden shop and café purchases can take card)
We’re being joined by almost 30 local businesses who will have stalls on the day!
Raffle: Please bring cash for the raffle! We’ve had a whole range of donated prizes including tickets to local attractions, vouchers, plus a diverse selection of smaller prizes including sweet treats, wine, and more!
Entertainment & Activities – Bug Experiences in our Reptile Shed
Balloon Artist, Face Painting, Bouncy Castle, Fitness Fun, plus feed the goats, and complete the dinosaur trail – back for one day only! Card payments are available in the shop for the trail.
Music – Singer / Guitarist Carley Varley performing in the field from 12pm playing a selection of good vibes music!
Donations – we are aiming to raise as much money as possible for Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance. 100% of the raffle will be going to the cause, and we will have a few buckets around with our staff so please dig down in your sofas and bring any spare change and give where you can – thank you!
BBQ – our staff will be running a small BBQ in the field from approx 11am – please bring cash – the café is on hand for a wider menu too!
Café – serving breakfast, main meals, sandwiches, snacks, cakes and drinks!
That should just about cover it, but if you have any questions please let us know, and on the day find our staff in the white marquee if you need assistance.
We’re so excited, and look forward to seeing you all!
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