A Wassail is an old English custom dating back to Pre-Norman times. The Wassail gives fruit growers the opportunity to drink to the good health of their fruit trees and scare away any evil spirits. Everyone is invited, young and old and all in between. Funny hats, costumes, and noise making instruments are encouraged. Remember to wrap up warm. To fight the cold, traditional mulled cider and refreshments will be served.
Bonfire – Music – Singing and Dancing.
Contributions to the upkeep of your local nature reserve will be gratefully received.
If you would like to come please contact Mary Smith (Charity No 111880) firstname.lastname@example.org
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