Festive food market plans afoot

We are very excited about the prospect of combining our much-loved festive wreath-making afternoon with an all-new Christmas food market this December!

Teaming up again with the Food Gatherer – fellow co-founder of the Enfield Food Festival and our general partner in food-shaped fun – it promises to be an afternoon full of food, drink and merriment, complete with roast chestnuts and even eggnog!

Join us on Sunday 10th December, from 11am – 4pm, to eat, drink and get Christmas crafty. Enjoy a tramp around the farm, see the animals settling down for winter and gather your greenery from the Farm’s trees and hedgerows to make your wreath. Then head back to the Black Barn to create your festive door wreath to take home.

Join food historian and writer Angela Clutton as she prepares her winning egg-nog, and author and food blogger Ren Berhan as she creates a traditional Polish festive treat. Enjoy lunch with seasonal hot street food and stay cosy with warming mulled cider, spiced apple juice and other seasonal tipples.

Once you’ve filled your boots, there’ll be time to stock up on award-winning local produce and festive food and gifts; including our very own Forty Hall Vineyard wine, Holtwhite’s award-winning Christmas bakery, the urban cheese-maker Wildes Cheese and Old Bakery Gin, plus midwinter organic produce from the farm and lots more!

Free entry to the Farm all day: 11am – 4pm. Wreath-making: £4 per wreath. Suitable for families, but children must be accompanied by an adult.

Please bring scissors or secateurs if you have them (though some will be available to borrow for a small deposit). Wrap up warm and don’t forget your wellies!

Organised in partnership with The Food Gatherer, co-founder of the Enfield Food Festival.

Future events

Wreath-making and Festive Food Market
Sunday 10th December, 11am – 4pm

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