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Main table Feast Weekend, Waddesdon © National Trust, Waddesdon (Photograph Kathy Chantler)

Waddesdon Manor invites you to Feast

Inspired by the historical ‘Baron’s Treat’ when Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild would invite local people to enjoy a tea party in the gardens of Waddesdon Manor, Feast invites visitors to enjoy a day of entertainment and culinary delight!
Feast Logo © National Trust, Waddesdon Manor

"Four cooking workshops"

Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th June 2015, 10am-5pm. A weekend not to be missed!

 

The avenue in front of Waddesdon Manor will be transformed with elaborately decorated tables, where visitors can take a seat and enjoy a picnic or sample some of the food on offer from one of our 50 handpicked artisan food and wine stalls. Meanwhile, a range of captivating performances to delight and surprise young and old alike will take place throughout the day.

The Red Drawing Room opened up, Waddesdon Manor © The National Trust, Waddesdon Manor (Photograph Derek Pelling)

 

Admission during the Feast Weekend includes entry to the gardens, wine cellars, all entertainment and an opportunity to step into the Manor's Red Drawing Room, opened up to show it as the Baron's guests would have seen it. There will also be a free, specially devised trail to help families find out more about Waddesdon, the family who created it and the guests they entertained, and a free exhibition of new work inspired by Waddesdon created by ceramic artist Kate Malone (from BBC television's Great Pottery Throw Down).

Root Camp returns for a second year with four cooking workshops teaching young people how to cook flat breads and grilled koftas with salads and sauces and other delicious treats (for ages 7-9, 10-13, 14-15 and 16-19).

Admission

Adult: £13, Child: £ 6.50, Under 5s Free.

Family: £ 32.50 (2 adults, 3 children).

National Trust Members: Adult: £3, Child: £ 1.50, family: £7.50

Visitors wishing to view the House in its entirety will need to purchase an additional timed ticket for this purpose, we recommend booking in advance online or by phone 01296 653226 (£3 booking fee).

Root Camp is a wonderful initiative that teaches young people how to cook from field to table. A dynamic young enterprise, it connects the experience of cooking seasonal ingredients with their provenance by spending half the time in the kitchen and the other half working on the land, fishing, foraging, farming and more.

 

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