A free family event celebrating the County‚Äôs food and farming. Join us for live music, children‚Äôs have-a-go activities, vintage tractors, falconry displays, farm animals, horse-drawn wagon rides, Hampshire Fare market and, new for this year, a grape and grain tent featuring local breweries¬†and English wines.
Additional events taking place as part of the Cathedral's harvest celebration...
Hampshire Harvest Sunday Lunch
A special two-course Sunday lunch¬†with guest speaker Halam Mills, Former High Sheriff of Hampshire, hosted by Canon Roly Riem, Acting Dean, in The Refectory at 12.30pm.
Lunch Tickets: ¬£15.95 per person, available from the Cathedral Box Office, online, by phone on 01962 857 275 or in person.
Slow roast shoulder of hogget with potato and squash dauphinoise, roasted carrots and a red currant jus
(Vegetarian option) Roasted squash rice cake with tomato and cumin sauce & medley of seasonal vegetables
Blackberry and Cathedral Orchard apple tart with custard
Tea & Coffee
Join us at¬†10am for¬†the Cathedral Harvest Festival Service. At 3.30pm¬†there will be a¬†County Harvest Service, when the address will take the form of interviews by Alastair Stewart OBE interviewing representatives of the Hampshire agricultural community: Sally Field, RABI, Revd Claire Maxim, The Arthur Rank Centre, Cllr Rob Humby, Rural Affairs Councillor for Hampshire, and Matt Culley, Chairman of Hampshire NFU and arable farmer.
A scarecrow competition will take place over the weekend and families, groups and individuals are invited to make their own scarecrow at home and bring it to the festival.¬†Click here for details of how to take part.