The Farm Shop at Hawkesbury - Events

Vintage Tractor Run 2018

It's official! The 2018 Vintage Tractor Run will be held at Crooklands Field, France Lane, Hawkesbury Upton on Sunday 5th August. Join us with your tractor or come along and enjoy some fabulous vintage tractors and enjoy a hog roast and refreshments. Look out for the ladies contingent including Karen on her Fordson Standard Model N.

Organised by Sodbury Tractor Club in aid of The Jessie May Trust. We will be hosting the 2018 Vintage Tractor Run. The run is open to all, all tractors and vehicles welcome. This year the route will be 18 miles, including Badminton Deer Park by kind permission of the Duke & Duchess of Beaufort.

Registration will be from 10:00 at Crooklands Field, with a £10 registration fee which includes tea or coffee and a bacon roll.
Vehicles will leave Crooklands Field at 11:00, with an estimated return at 13:00.
Free Admission for spectators. Refreshments available with Andrew and Karens Water Hog. A charity raffle will be run in aid of The Jessie May Trust.

It really is a wonderful sight to behold, 40 or so vintage machines rolling into Crooklands Field, and helps to raise money for The Jessie May Trust. Entry is available on the day. For further information call Karen, or message us on facebook.

Tasting Days

As a good excuse for a BBQ we like to hold Tasting Days on the farm. It gives us an opportunity to showcase our tastiest products, and we encourage our suppliers to bring their wares along for sampling too. It's a great way to let people taste & see how good our produce really is!
Ivor usually attends with delicious traditional farmhouse ice creams from his dairy at Oldbury-on-Severn. Perfect for dessert.

Festive Season

Christmas time at the shop becomes particularly festive when we roll out the complimentary mulled wine and mince pies.

Watch this space and our Facebook page for Event dates!

NB. With the fickle nature of the weather, dates for tasting days may be subject to change. Nobody wants to stand around in the rain do they?