Seaming and Finishing Techniques – £20
Thursday 18th July 5pm-7pm
This is probably our most requested workshop. Set aside two hours to learn and practise the techniques which make finishing a project a pleasure not a pain!
Learn simple seaming methods and how to securely weave in ends.
All materials provided.
If you love street food accompanied by a gin or a cocktail or two…..this festival is the one for you!
This year’s line up is looking epic with some of the best street food in town serving up flavours from around the world to tempt foodies. Plus, four huge marquees packed full of local food and drink for you to sample and buy!
Held at the RAF Museum Cosford against a backdrop of aircraft and handily next to Cosford train station with trains running from Shrewsbury, Wolverhampton and Birmingham….allowing you to make the most of the day.
We’re also bringing you some of the regions top chefs to cook a range of dishes live on the demo stage. Plus, festival goers can sit back and enjoy bands playing throughout the day on the music stage.
If you have little ones, bring them with you….there will be plenty of entertainment including kids cookery classes, circus skills, face painting and a tent packed full of activities.
Child (5-15 years) £2.00
Family (2 adults, up to 4 children) £14.00
Children under 5 – FREE
Make sure you come hungry!
Tickets on sale now!
A festival in a day! Celebrate Folklore, stories & music at the wonderful Acton Scott Historic Farm (Famed Victorian Farm BBC TV) nestled within the Shropshire hills landscape. Tranquillity, farm animals, storytelling, folklore, folk music, folk art exhibition, stalls, food, bar, family activity paddock, pop up entertainment spots, Chill & get in touch with nature area. This is a low impact, mostly acoustic, traditional festival celebrating Shropshire and its neighbouring borders.
Advance Adult £15
Advance Under 16 £5
Advance OAP £9
Advance Family Admission (2 adults & up to 3 children) £30
Ticket online booking: tickettailor.com
An educational afternoon based on farm tour and illustrated talk about regenerative agriculture including • Our farm vision & what we do • An introduction to soil science & the carbon cycle • Cows, climate change & carbon sequestration • Mob-grazing: mimicking natural grazing patterns • Pasture diversity: soil, plant, animal & human health • The link between soil health, flavour & nutrition • Increasing vital nutrients in our produce • Animal welfare & how we produce ethical meat & milk.
There will be plenty of opportunity for Q&A.
Donations are welcome to the Farm.
Tickets (free) can be booked via the website or contact Yewa Holiday
Come down to the woods, bring your favourite teddy bear, listen to “We’re going on a bear hunt” by Michael Rosen and Helen Oxenbury & enjoy your delicious Apley packed picnic lunch. There will be lots of fun activities & games, followed by an hour’s play in Pigg’s Playbarn once we’ve finished our bear themed afternoon!
Prices for both children and adults having lunch is £7.50 each, but if adults don’t wish to eat, a non-food tickets costs just £1. All children must be supervised by a parent or guardian at all times. We also recommend suitable clothing & footwear as you will be walking down into the woods. It may also be bumpy for pushchairs but it’s easily accessed on foot.
Teddy Bears’ Picnics are running every Wednesday from 24th July to 28th August.
A professional photographer will be there to capture those perfect moments. Photos are charged separately by the photographer.
Please book by clicking here. https://apleyfarmshop.digitickets.co.uk/event-tickets/19912?catID=20315&
CARDINGTON GARDEN TRAIL. Sunday 11th August noon to 6pm
A serious of beautiful gardens in and around the prettiest village in Shropshire nestling in the South Shropshire hills. Open in aid of the Shropshire Historic Churches Trust and St James’ Cardington. Great village hall teas, plant stall, dogs on leads. Tickets from village hall and at Gulley Green. £5, kids free. SY6 7JY
Jane McMillan, Chapel House, Cardington, SY67JY. 07974739481