The National Trust Area - The Festival of Food and Drink 2020


The National Trust and food are often regarded as synonymous, and Clumber Park has a rich culinary history with their fantastic Walled Kitchen Gardens being home to the National Collection of Rhubarb. They are also famous for their Clumber Honey, produced by bees kept on site , and their extensive apple orchards.

A large range of produce grown on site in the Walled Kitchen Garden will be available to purchase, as well as a beautiful and extensive range of exclusive homeware.

Pop by their fantastic area in the Festival of Food & Drink offering a wide range of activities organised by our hosts at Clumber Park providing fun for all the family. These include craft activities, bare foot trails, clay modelling of animals and pebble painting with the discovery centre team, bee spoon with flower making activities with the gardens team and Den Building with the rangers team.

Membership is the best way to support the National Trust and ensure that they can continue to keep places special to inspire future generations and gives you free access to over 450 sites and properties across the UK. Please visit the National Trust membership marquee on site for more information.

While you are in the area, why not check out Mr Straw’s House? This fascinating Edwardian house and its contents have remained largely unchanged since the 1920s and is just a short hop away in Worksop.

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