Saturday 18th January: 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Wassailing is an ancient custom that involves drinking cider (or apple juice), singing to the trees in the hope of a good harvest and scaring away any evil spirits that might be lurking by making loud noises.
We’ll make some drums and shakers and you can bring along any musical instruments (especially drums) so we can make lots of noise and have fun.
We’ll be walking around the orchard singing and making noise around the trees then hearing traditional tales of the apple tree from Kate our storyteller. There will be a fire to gather around and enjoy some mulled cider or apple juice.
No need to book just come along! There is disabled parking on site, however, we will be going over some uneven ground throughout the day – please contact us for more information on 01592 858458.