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Future Events at Newton Farm


Come and join us this August Bank Holiday Monday for a fun packed family day out. 

The line up's looking good. Here's what we've planned so far, entry is free!

(Parking will be in the adjacent field for all except blue badge holders)

Food and entertainment

Our own, home reared hog, roasted to perfection, Newton Farm's pizza to go, Cream Teas, Chew Moos delicious locally produced ice cream, Honey & daughter cider,, great coffee, tea and cold drinks, live foot tapping music by The Veranda Band, guided tractor trailer tours (ticketed)

Education and information stands:

Milking a cow, puppet making, Bath Farm Girls - quinoa, Bath Harvest Rapeseed Oil, Avon Wildlife Trust, Bath Beekeepers, grain expert, farm animals....more to follow.......

A sensational evening of food, film and fantasy!

Thursday 7th September

7.30pm til late

We proudly present ‘Like Water for Chocolate’. A wonderful intoxicating film, set in a small Mexican border town in 1910.  This magical film translates the combination of mouth-watering dishes, romance and mysticism into a compelling love story – it moves along at a steady pace and doesn’t disappoint – neither will the food!

The evening will begin at 7.30pm with a welcome drink in the spacious outside courtyard, followed by a delicious Mexican supper created by our chefs specifically to work in harmony with the film.  Around 8.30pm when the sun has gone down, everyone can sit back, relax and watch this compelling movie. “kissing don’t last – cookery do” George Meredith 1828 -1909

Price: £25 per ticket includes a welcome drink on arrival, Mexican supper and film.

Pre-booking and pre-payment required. Tickets can be booked by 'phoning 01225 873707/shop, Email or calling into the shop.

Please bring a blanket or wrap up warm as its likely to get chilly.

Subtitled. Running time c101 mins.


'Drawing the Harvest'

Thursday 28th September  sold out!

New workshop date: Friday 6th Ocotber 

10am - 3pm

Express yourself this autumn and join local artist, Natasha Clutterbuck at her Drawing the Harvest’ workshop.

‘Drawing the Harvest’ is an exceptional workshop.  It is not just about being taught how to draw delicious seasonal vegetables, but also about respecting food, staying connected to reality, and by working with natural raw materials, enables you to stay in touch with the earth. 

Professional artist, Natasha Clutterbuck is renowned for her expressive, charcoal vegetable drawings.  Her inspiration comes from her vegetable plot and botanic environment, enabling her to create vibrant, earthy paintings with a natural palette using locally sourced, raw materials.

Price: £60 includes a welcome drink on arrival, tuition, all art materials, equipment and a delicious lunch. Pre-booking and pre-payment required. Tickets can be booked by 'phoning 01225 873707/shop, Email or calling into the shop.

Please note whilst the stable will be heated, by nature it is not centrally heated, so please ensure you wear suitable warm clothing!

Chocolate Two Ways - Thursday 5th October - 7pm - 9pm

In association with The Great Bath Feast, Nick Shearn, Seven Hills Chocolate will be here on Thursday 5th October at 7pm to introduce you to everything chocolate. As a professional chocolatiere, Nick will explain the process of bean to bar, touch on the transformation of cocoa into a commodity, and run through the chocolate-making process. He will demonstrate the basics of ‘chocolate know-how’, how to make a fine ganache and master the art of filling truffles. You will learn how to pipe and decorate chocolate shapes in your own unique style – a steady hand is all that’s needed!  All chocolate created and made will be yours to take home to enjoy. £25 per person. Includes a welcome drink on arrival, demonstration, hands-on workshop and chocolate creations to take away. Pre-booking and pre-payment necessary. Limited spaces.

Foraging without fear! Saturday 7th October - 10am - 12 noon

Join local, professional forager, Chris Westgate of Heavenly Hedgerows for a fruitful morning foraging around the Newton Park Estate.  Chris will inform on what can be eaten and what to avoid.

£15 Adults / £7.50 *Children (5-15) must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

Price includes tuition, guided walk and post-walk refreshments.

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