Join us as we make merry and celebrate the planting of our community orchards with our very own Wassail! A Wassail is an ancient rural English celebration giving fruit growers and pickers the opportunity to drink to the good health of their fruit trees and to an abundant crop in the coming year, as well as bring light, noise and cheer to long, dark winter months. So why not join us as we make noise, make merry and share warm mulled cider and mince pies. With a Wassail Master to oversee proceedings - this is a community and family event not to be missed! All are most welcome to just turn up, but it would be helpful to have an idea on numbers (we dont' want to run low on mince pies!) - so would be grateful if you are able to let email Sharon.
|Date and Time||19/01/19 from 10:30 to 12:30|
Former Goods Yard, Barnes Common
|Cost||there is no charge for this activity, but donations welcome on the day|