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Autumn Fest is our very own family fun day with a woodland theme!
This promises to be a fantastic weekend with something for everyone. We will run deer safaris, there will be heaps of locally sourced food available, plenty of crafts & stalls plus demonstrations from skilled craftsman – ironmongery, carvings, large kit showcasing timber converters to name but a few, plus live music throughout the day.
Come the evening the marquee will feature live music from the amazing Baltic Donkeys so you can really enjoy a party in the park, with fully licensed bar, a bbq with a range of different food & a bonfire to top it off!
You will be able to camp over & stay for the whole weekend – Friday to Sunday to enjoy all the activities at your leisure.
If you’d like a bit of glamping luxury for the weekend then we have 10 bell tents available sleeping 4 or 6 people fully furnished with beds, duvets,pillows, fairy lights and some refreshments!
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Not only do we have a great range of camping package options available for the weekend but tickets are available separately for the individual elements – perfect for those with very young children who want to leave them at home & enjoy a child-free evening of entertainment!
If you are interested in bringing your business or stall to this event please get in touch – firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01507 578236 – many thanks.
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Location & Entrance
Visitors to Autumn Fest will find the event on the Stourton Estate, off the A158 between Baumber and Wragby, the closest post-code is LN9 5NL, however this may not prove 100% reliable. The entrance is signed from the A158 roadside: Stourton Estates (& the Walled Garden Baumber). Visitors should drive down Clays Lane and follow signs to the car park on the right hand side. DO NOT USE THE MAIN OFFICE POST-CODE LN9 5PB as it will take you completely the wrong way!
The event is being held within woodland, over parkland and in the arboretum on the old Stourton Estate. An extensive programme of works have been undertaken to restore the grounds, on the estate to make them safe, accessible and manageable for visitors, however visitors should note that we are working farm and the ground is uneven in places.
Disabled parking is available closer to the main entrance of the Stourton Estate, if this is required please make this known to a marshal on site and they will give you full details of where to park. Whilst the main track and pathways will be suitable for most wheelchairs and pushchairs, some areas may be tricky to reach by the very nature of the ground conditions.
Nature of Event
This event is totally family friendly and we welcome families to it, however parents must ensure that children are accompanied at all times whilst attending the event.
We have limited facilities for waste disposal and/or recycling so we request that where possible rubbish is taken home and disposed of responsibly.
Well behaved dogs are permitted on site if cleared up after and kept on a lead at all times.
Visitors will be expected to carry out any reasonable request from organisers/marshalls with regards to public safety whilst on site.
Stourton Estates cannot accept any responsibility for illness, injury, losses incurred as a result of visiting this site.
Stourton Estates reserve the right to refuse any application and request that anyone acting in a way that is threatening, abusive or under the influence of excess alcohol to leave the site immediately.
In the unfortunate event that external providers do not deliver promised services to Stourton Estates, we will do our best to source alternatives, however no refunds will be given to those who have booked tickets.