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19th to 20th May 2018

This hugely successful triennial Festival, will be entering its 33rd year and raises funds for the Church Fabric Fund (general maintenance of our historic 12th Century parish church of St. John the Baptist).
Feckenham is a charming Domesday village situated along the Saltway that runs from Droitwich to Alcester (B4090). At its largest, the historic Forest of Feckenham extended south to the Avon and south-west to the gates of Worcester once employing Geoffrey Chaucer as Clerk of Works and Keeper of the Lodge, in 1389.
As many listeners to The Archers will know Hanbury (Ambridge) is just down the road so this is most definitely Archers territory, with many similar storylines!
We hope to have approximately 30 gardens open to visitors. Many of our gardens are hidden and vary enormously in size and style. This variety creates a huge amount of interest with an element of surprise. There will also be a magnificent themed flower festival in the Church.
Located on The Square will be stands for: well known local nurseries selling plants, The Barn traditional and contemporary garden supplies, Feckenham Forest History Society and Churchfields Farmhouse Ice Cream. There will be W.I. teas in the Village Hall and a pig roast/barbeque. There are also two public houses and an award winning community shop in the village which will be open all day.
The Festival will be open between
11am and 5pm Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th May.
Visitors should follow all signs to the Festival Car Park in the village where, upon admission, they will be provided with a detailed programme. Disabled and coach parking available.
Admission - 6.00 per person - children under 16 free.



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