Wellbeing Area : Therapist Healer; Trager Healing; Reflexology and more ...
Horse and Cart Rides and Dairy Tour
Wide Variety of Clothing / Jewellery / Merchandise traders
Pete The Wagon
Car Boot Sale
Old Fashioned Ice Cream vendor
Hook A Duck
The Rural Life Centre Museum Exhibits & Children's Play Ground
Wet sponge throwing
Costume making form recycled materials
Make a play (parents are be invited to watch this)
Lanterns (this culminates in a late lantern procession around the site for the kids to showcase their work)
WEYFEST KIDS ZONE 2012
For your delight and delectation, this year's musical production
will be presented on Saturday evening at around 8pm
Jungle boy meets girl and various creatures as he endeavours to navigate his way through dangerous terrain.
Please bring your favourite animal character costumes, or items of clothing we can convert into costumes for the show and for the jungle parade prior to performance.
The three songs we will be incorporating this year are - the king of the swingers from jungle book, stray cat strut & jitterbug boogie. Please go to https://www.facebook.com/crazycreations.purpleplanet for lyrics and chords, if you would like to take part vocally or instrumentally.
Rehearsals for the play and prop making sessions will be from 11-1pm and 3-5pm.
Sunday at 5pm.
Here is the chance to showcase your favourite party trick, or any circus skills you may have learned over the weekend,
Rehearsals Sunday 11-1pm and 3-4pm
Sunday at 8.30pm
Beautiful and colourful candle lit lanterns, led by our Dragon, weave their way through the site.
Come and make and decorate a lantern at 1 of our lantern making workshops,
Saturday 1-3pm and Sunday 12-2pm and 3-5pm
Juggling sacs and poi making workshop on Saturday 10-11am then learn to use them throughout the weekend.
Magic workshops with our Magnificent Magician
Saturday 2-3pm and Sunday 2-3pm.
Promoting Instrument Recycling and Musical Education
I pull the wagon with my 50-year old grey Fergie (Lady Jane!) at a moustache-quivering 7 miles an hour!
Re-Play Music is the multi-faceted instrument recycling project that was born of the vision of luthier Lisa Nasta, owner of Surrey Strings of South London. After years of watching the accumulative wastefulness that was taking place within the local musical education programs, wastefulness that seems financially necessary when the cost of repairing a damaged instrument is far greater than the expense of replacing the instrument, she envisioned an organization that would be capable of repairing and returning the damaged instruments to community projects on an all voluntary basis. With this cause in mind, Re-Play Music began.
From its very modest beginnings, Re-Play Music has quickly grown into a sizable initiative, recycling hundreds of instruments per year back into other community projects such as Core Arts, Mencap, Sound Minds, and Wandsworth Prison rehabilitation program. As well as its own self sustaining, travelling music school, and music festival.
I'm a wheelwright and restore Gypsy Wagons as a hobby. I take the restored wagon round to festivals and shows. I also carve realistic, large wooden mushrooms, which are proving very popular with the fairy festivals!
Get a shave from the Shavemaster with a cut-throat razor!