Wassail, wassail all over the town
Our toast it is white and our ale it is brown
Our bowl it is made of the white maple tree
With the wassailing bowl, we’ll drink to thee
The ancient tradition of Wassailing comes to The Fold!
Christmas may be over but that doesn’t mean there aren’t still celebrations to be had. Beat your winter blues and join us for the festivities.
Meeting in The Fold Carpark we will process down to the farm with lights and songs to sing to the trees to encourage an abundant harvest for the coming year.
In-keeping with the apple theme Apple juice, Cider and apple-cake will be available.
£3 for adults (12+), Children under 12 go free.
What is Wassailing?
Wassailing is a blessing of the fruit trees, and is most common in the cider making and apple growing regions of the UK. Celebrations involve singing songs, giving tree roots a drink of cider, and soaking bread in cider or the wassail drink, before laying it on the tree branches as an offering to the pagan gods and goddesses. Traditionally wassailing takes place on the twelfth night!