Winchester Fit Club:

 

Work-out class using the lower field equipment at Eversley Park - FREE.

With Michael Day of Winchester Fit Club.

3pm Saturday.

Meet by the Festival Marquee.

 

 

National Open Gardens:

 

 

Sunday from 11.45am

 

Talk by Mark Porter, a member of the RHS National Executive:

 

"Will there be enough cake ?" .... (actually it's all about The National Garden Scheme) - in the Festival Marquee.

 

 

Wildflower meadow walk:

 

Experienced naturalist Phil Allen invites you to explore our new meadow in the extended Eversley Park and will introduce you to the late summer flowers and the principles of caring for a wildflower meadow.

Meet at the Festival Marquee at 12.30pm Sunday.

This is a short walk on good paths, and we aim to return around 2pm

 

 

        Zuzi of 

 

Welcomes you to a Flower Arranging Demonstration in the Marquee Sunday at 2pm. There will be the opportunity for handson tuition for a couple of spectators. 

 

 

The Worthys Conservation Volunteers

 

 will be guiding you through Swift Box building as well as talking about their increasingly varied work around our various green areas in the Worthys. 

 

 

Family Cycle Rides:

 

 with the Worthy Wheelers Meet in the Eversley Park car park for 10am. Rides for all ages and abilities, safe and escorted, on local roads for older ones, round the park for the youngest.

 

 

 

Many thanks to the Blooming Workshop (Unit 6a The Foundry, Kings Worthy) for donating the flowers to decorate the Festival Marquee. If you would like to take them home at the end of the Festival, please make us an offer via the Website. All funds raised will go towards the 2021 Festival!