Celebrate Hamsphire's harvest at Winchester Cathedral. Hampshire Fare will be there with an array of local producers including; A Basing Bakes, Caymanas Rum Cakes, Hill Farm Juice, Roy Hunt Produce, Appetite for Adventure, Mud Pies, Rockin' Good Salt Co, The Nut Butter Company, Brimfields, Bad Boys Biltong, Tom Parker Creamery, La Patisserie Macaron, Cyril's Soap Shed, Winchester Cocoa Company, Yarty Cordials, Mrs B's Bees, Pig 'n' Pickles, Momo's Homemade Artisan Preserves, Honesty and Fordingbridge Fudge.
There will be live music, children's have-a-go activities, vintage tractors, falconry displays, farm animals, horse-drawn wagon rides, local beers and ciders and, new for this year, an afternoon tea tent offering wonderful cakes, scones, tea and a glass of fizz.
Winchester Cathedral need to generate £12,000 of income per day to maintain the Cathedral. All the profits from the Harvest Festival Weekend help to maintain almost 1,000 years of history for future generations.