Court Farm Barn

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Court Farm Barn, Aylton will be the centre for arts, crafts, demonstrations, workshops and talks.

Cheryl Hewitt and Hannah Day, collectively known as Laughing Betsy, are inviting visitors and stallholders to create a collaborative artwork at Court Farm Barn.

Join them in making blossom flowers to add to a Blossomtime installation, using reused and recycled textiles and embellishments, and encouraging everyone to think about the use of different materials and their sustainability.

Court Farm Barn

Short talks and demonstrations in the Ox Byre at Court Farm Barn

Included with your entry ticket.


11.30 Adam Wells: ‘Perry: A Drinker’s Guide’

12.15 Rowan McOnegal: ‘Common Herbal Tonic Teas’

1.15 Sally Webster: ‘Working for biodiversity on Herefordshire verges’

2.15  Elizabeth Pimblett: ‘Civil War, Cider and Herefordshire – how Herefordshire cider led the way in the 17th and 18th century’

3.15 James Crowden: ‘Cider Country: The early history of bottle fermented sparkling cider’


11.45 Rozanne Delamore:  ‘Making a Wedding Button Hole using Local Flowers’

12.45 Elisha Mason – Archive and Collections Officer, Museum of Cider: ‘A spirit of innovation: the early history of Bulmers’

1.45 Megan Finn: ‘Severn Treescapes and Orchards’

2.45 Ian Jones: ‘Court Farm Barn – a restoration story’

Stallholders at Court Farm Barn

Big Apple in a tree
Inside Court Farm Barn


There are toilet facilities at Court Farm Barn.


Please keep dogs on leads at all times.