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The Surrey Hills Sculpture Garden & Arts Festival is the largest ephemeral sculpture event in Surrey.
A fantastic selection of crafts where everything is handmade by local artists and craftspeople.
With mini beast handling throughout the day, make your own bird feeders, plus all the usual wholesome farm fun this is a real adventure.
Make your own lunar landscape in creative workshops and hear stories from many moons ago.
Enjoy the Spring evening commencing with our Outdoor Vineyard Train* tour. Sparkling wine & canapes will be served at the top of Ranmore at one of the most spectacular view points of the vineyard overlooking Box Hill & Dorking. Followed by a 3-course meal in the Gallery Restaurant
£57 per person / Loyalty Club £49.50
*warm clothing recommended for the Vineyard Tour
An inspirational time to visit the Surrey Hills Sculpture Garden is for the first ever Surrey Hills Arts Festival Weekend – a wonderful array of demonstrations and hands on workshops for all the family
Join us for a guided walking tour through the vines followed by a tasting of 4 wines with local cheese in the heart of the vineyard
The Salt Box will share the secrets to making one of the most popular foods in the world, equipping you and your budding young chefs with the confidence and skills to create a selection of delicious pasta dishes in your own home.
Combine art and food for a morning beneath the trees at the beautiful Priory Farm
The trail takes you to some of the most beautiful viewing points in the vineyard, not normally accessible to the public
Find out more about the work of artist Adam Aaronson and his passion for free-blown glass.
Come and discover more about the living history of Brockham with Tony Hines.
Join the RSPB at Farnham Heath Nature Reserve for a nature writing walk and/or music on the heath.
A sponsored 6 mile walk to raise funds for the The Wey & Arun Canal Trust.
Learn a heritage skill (or two) in our outdoor workshop nestled within the picturesque location of Sussex Prairie Gardens. We have combined two workshops into one so that you can make and take home both an Obelisk (plant support) and Mini-Wattle Hurdle for your garden!
Gatton Park and gardens open all afternoon, bird hide open, free guided tours and free activities for children, including the Wild Things play trail.
Learn to pickle like a pro with us here at The Salt Box, in our new barn on the Priory Farm estate. We’ll be learning how to make a delicious collection of pickles to make the most of early summer’s fresh produce.
Join us for an outdoor craft workshop and make a Hazel Obelisk at the Dene in Woldingham
For more information and for bookings, please visit https://wearethesaltbox.co.uk/ourevents/.
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