Date(s) - 30/09/2017 - 01/10/2017
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Birtley House Estate Guildford Surrey GU5 0LE
The Surrey Hills Wood Fair, now in its 8th year takes place at the Birtley Estate in Bramley on Saturday 30th September and Sunday 1st October from 10am – 5pm. Each year the fair gets bigger and better yet retains the traditional charm of a rural day out in the Surrey Hills for all the family.
This year you’ll discover a range of interesting stalls to browse and buy from as well as great local produce and a variety of refreshment stands including a beer tent! The Surrey and Sussex Coppice workers will be demonstrating their skills and there will be opportunities to buy a whole host of wood products. Come and discover;
- Coppice Crafts & Wood Products
- Trade Stands
- Local Produce
- Horse & Wagon Rides
- Demonstrations, including Horse Logging
- Bug Hunts
- Wide Range of Catering & Beer Tent
- Live Music provided by the Academy of Contemporary Music (ACM)
- Children’s Activities (including Tree Climbing and Zip wires!)
- Animal Attractions
Entertainment remains high on the agenda this year and once again we will be working with the Academy of Contemporary Music (ACM) in Guildford to showcase local musicians. To entertain the whole family, why not take a ride on the ever popular horse and wagon rides or marvel at the spectacular chainsaw demonstrations on site.
There’s a big focus on families with lots for children from craft making and animal attractions to theatre shows and workshops courtesy of the Man in the Moon Theatre Tent. And to help the squeezed budgets of many families the Wood Fair is FREE for children under 12!
Tickets are priced at £10.00 on the gate and can be purchased in advance on-line for the discounted rate of £7.50. The fair also welcomes dogs on leads.
Tickets are for one day only. Tickets can be used for either the Saturday or Sunday. People entering with Surrey Hills Society tickets must also show their Society membership cards.
Bookings are closed for this event.
Please note: Fields marked with a * are mandatory.