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June 5th - Open Farm Sunday Cancelled!

Unfortunately Burwash Manor won't be hosting their annual Open Farm Sunday this year. This is due to a number of reasons, the main one being that it will clash with the Cambridgeshire County Show.

Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused. We hope to see you again next year. In the meantime, please visit at for more information on the Open Farm Sunday scheme.

October 8th - Apple Day!

We are hosting our fabulous annual countryside celebration ... with the apple at its core!

At our charity APPLE DAY, we will be celebrating all things apple. Join in the fun, and help raise money for the Sick Children’s Trust. Over £5,500 was raised for this wonderful charity at last year’s Apple Day – a target we hope to beat this year!

There will be plenty to keep you busy for the day including...

Bring your apples down to be identified by our expert apple identifiers from the East of England Apples and Orchards Project (EEAOP), and don’t forget to get a few extra to be pulped and juiced!

Cam Valley Orchards from Meldreth will be selling and discussing their heritage apple varieties, and there will be all sorts of appley games and stalls to enjoy.

Get cooking with the amazing Ursula Ferrigno and tuck into lots of apple inspired treats at the various food stalls and in the fabulous Food Hall.

And if all that sounds like thirsty work, then why not pay the juice and cider tent a visit?

Apples aside, take a ride on a miniature steam train, listen to the fabulous Sawston Steel Band, have a go on the traditional fairground rides, try your hand at archery or watch displays of many traditional activities – from falconry to willow and basket weaving - and even some less traditional crafts such as chainsaw sculpting.

There’s also plenty to keep little ones occupied with Jezo the Magician, face painting and the ever popular tractor and trailer rides around the farm.

Entrance is £3 per adult, and children under 12 are free. All profits go to the Sick Children’s Trust.

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