The Churchwardens and the PCC of St Michael & All Angels church, Eastwell would like to invite you to their 23rd EASTWELL FETE on:
SATURDAY, 20th AUGUST 2016
from 11.00 am to 5.00 pm
A truly traditional English country fete, held in the grounds of historic Eastwell Hall and the adjoining mediaeval church and churchyard.
We do our best to offer a friendly, relaxed family day, in beautiful surroundings, evocative of times past and half forgotten
CRAFT FAIR : STREET MARKET
VINTAGE TRACTORS : VINTAGE & CLASSIC CARS
- CREAM TEAS
- SANDWICH BAR IN CHURCH
- BUG FACE PAINTING
- HELP TO BUILD BUGGINGHAM PALACE
- CHILDREN'S GAMES & PLAY EQUIPMENT
ALL DAY ENTERTAINMENT
- Award Winning Damian Surr - Gingermagic (www.gingermagic.com)
- Paul Baker: bagpipes, hurdy gurdy, maker of mediaeval musical instruments (www.merrienoyse.com)
- Tony Butler - exotic animals and owl encounters
- The St Wulfram Handbell Ringers
- Mr Wong and his Wuhan Gong
Shed the 21st century for a few hours; watch the entertainment; stroll round the stalls; chat to old friends; enjoy a cream tea on the old cobbled drive; wander round the churchyard and listen to the call of the rooks; light a candle in the chancel remembering those you no longer see; then return to reality renewed in body and soul Enjoy the last few days of the summer holiday and please remember us next year!
Craft stalls available
A limited number of craft stalls are available in the Hall grounds. If you are interested in booking either a craft (in the Hall grounds) or street market stall, please email
SueWatford@aol.com, or tel 01949 861256
The event is held in memory of the Revd Leo and Hazeldean Cook, who lived in Eastwell Hall from 1985 to 1994, when Hazeldean died, Leo having pre-deceased her; they are both buried in the churchyard.
Eastwell Hall and its grounds are the property of the Duke and Duchess of Rutland, and we are deeply indebted to them for allowing the grounds to be used for the fete.