Festival Shops

Why not make a day of it – events take place throughout the weekend and there is plenty of free fun too. A ticket to a festival event gains you access to the lovely gardens where the event marquees are situated alongside the display field where a remarkable array of living history happens together with falconry, and sword school. The Pathé films will be shown in the barn at the farm.


Food & Drink

The Old Rectory Restaurant, the Farm Café and the Stable Kitchen will all be serving a range of locally sourced treats throughout the festival.

In addition you will discover that Church Field is serving up a cornucopia of food and drink to satisfy every palette including:

Box Trot – a magnificently converted Rice horse box serving tempting morsels throughout the day

Cambridge Champagne Company – serving the loveliest champagne and strawberries (it is Wimbledon after all!)

The Cambridge Cider Company – serving hand crafted Cider and Perries from handpicked and unsprayed fruit

Guerilla Kitchen – delicious food served up with experience and flair

Choux Stopper – show-stopping sweet treats served from a 1992 Ford ambulance

Rural Coffee Project – exceptional coffee and pastries served from Daisy, an ex-military Land Rover

Jack’s Gelato – perfect, locally made ice cream using organic ingredients

The Wandering Yak – healthy stuff with a Middle Eastern twist served from a striking van

The Red Brewery – great beer, locally brewed and special festival ale

The Gin Trailer – local gin enthusiasts Gary and Simon serve 25 varieties from their converted Rice Horse Box

The Cambridge Paella Company – authentic Spanish cuisine made and served with passion



The Stable Block is home to the National Trust shop which sells a wide variety of gifts and plants and there is even a second-hand book stall. In addition, if you are looking for something a little more individual there will be a variety craft stalls in Church Field, including traditional and modern ironworks, glass, and porcelain and illuminations. Craft stalls include:

Geoff Lock – Traditional and Modern Ironwork

Birdie Bags – bags made from recycled fabric

Dominic Jones – Blacksmith

Cheryl Miller – spinning and felting

V Knives – knives inspired by historic designs

Fab Wrap – gift wrap made from recycled fabric

Helen Rose Glass – gorgeous fused glass designs

Cambridge Beekeepers Association

Helen White – porcelain and gold leaf illuminations

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