Cinderford Grows Wassail, 14th January 2023

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Cinderford Grows have announced their first Wassail at their new Community Orchard in Steam Mills.  On 14th January 2023 from 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm

They say:
Please join us in this old tradition to wish the trees good health for the year ahead. Apple juice as a refreshment will be provided, but please bring your own cup or drinking vessel as well as battery operated torches. If you own any loud instruments, you are welcome to bring them along, or alternatively bring some pots and pans to bang!

Wrap up warm for the festivities, and please wear appropriate footwear as the ground is uneven in places.

We look forward to seeing you from 4pm! Parking at the site is limited, so please keep this in mind.

The Steam Mills Community Orchard is located at the South end of the playing field. What3words: painting.overture.vote.

If you have any questions, please send one of us a message or comment on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/6168926016514570/

Wassail at Horfield Community Orchard, 14th Jan 2023

Cidering the apple tree roots – Wassail 2021

Wassail at Horfield Organic Community Orchard, Bristol on Saturday 14 January, 2-4pm

  • Mulled juice & home made cakes for sale
  • Bring clouties & shiny things to dress the trees

To find the orchard (nearest postcode BS7 8JP) – Walk down the lane beside 22 Kings Drive (between Bishop Road & Kellaway Avenue), turn left and it’s the first gate on the right.

OR

Take the lane beside 134 Longmead Avenue (BS7 8QQ) until you come to the last gate on the left.

Contact HOCO c/o the website to sign up for up-to-date information: www.community-orchard.org.uk

Phone: 0117 373 1587

Hartpury Orchard Centre Wassail 3rd Feb 2023

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Wassail, the traditional winter festival at Hartpury Orchard Centre

Blackwell’s End GL19 3DB

Friday 3rd February 2023, 6.30pm for 7pm

Hot food and bar with cider & perry

Wrap up warm, bring a torch, and come and enjoy an evening with the traditional customs of toasting the orchards, wassailing the trees, pouring cider on their roots.

Food and singing in the open shed afterwards with Rob and Gillian from May Hill on hurdy gurdy, pipe and drums!

Admission free!

Charge for food and drink – and donation buckets!