Whirlow Hall Farm Fayre 2019

10th June 2019

Our annual Farm Fayre event returns this July, bigger and better than ever! For the little ones expect childrens activities*, fun fair, entertainers, facepainting, pop-up beach, free craft activities and more, all on our working farm! There's plenty for grown ups too, with artisan craft and foods stalls, our famour Whirlow BBQ and street food stalls, live music and our on site bar serving local craft beer and more.

Kids aged 13 and under have FREE ENTRY and adults are just £6 on the day with parking FREE too! All the money raised at the event will go toward supporting the charitable work of the trust who turns 40 years old this year. The trust is an educational charity working with children across South Yorkshire to improve aspirations and improve the life chances of vulnerable young people outside of mainstream education. We believe that every child deserve the opportunity to learn and develop to their full potential, whatever their circumstances. By attending our events you are supporting this valuable work done by the trust. We hope you will join us for the truly exciting family day FREE PARKING Information on ticket releases and updates on the event will be released via our Facebook page so follow us at https://www.facebook.com/whirlowhallfarmtrust/ *Some activities will incur an additional charge More info & bookings

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