We want everyone to have a great day out, so we’re offering a variety of family entertainment and further attractions at Hyde End Food Festival.
Craft marquee with a number of artists and crafters displaying their unique work. We also have blacksmiths, hourly glass blowing demonstrations and much more.
Moment In Time
History brought to life with our re-enactors, bringing you food and recipes from down the ages. You may have seen some amazing gadgets in our food halls – these guys can bake loaves of bread on an open fire, and make their own butter to go with it! Well worth a visit!
Chanter’s Jigge will be performing throughout the weekend at the Barleylands Food Festival this year. In addition to their Songs, Ayres, Jigs and Jollies they will be giving children and their parents a chance to learn a Tudor dance as danced by Queen Elizabeth 1st. They will also have some weird and wonderful Tudor instruments for any budding minstrels to try for themselves.
Will Little Red Riding Hood escape the Big Bad Wolf in the first performance? She may well do, but how will the three little pigs in the second? Wonderful family fun with the amazing Pinxton Puppets.
Dough Making Workshop
Come and learn how to make bread! Obviously we can’t bake it for you in the middle of a field in Great Missenden, but Linda Hewitt’s team will help you make the dough ready so you can pop in in the over when you get home and enjoy fresh, warm bread for tea!
For something completely different! Follow the background buzzing and find our team of excellent chainsaw artists who will be working all weekend to create their own unique sculptures. Speed carves also twice daily where the team have only thirty minutes to each create something for the garden or conservatory which will then be auctioned to the highest bidder. Featuring Quint Hughes, Mark Earp, Danny and Harry Thomas and Woodie Parks
A vital part of the family entertainment at Hyde End Food Festival. Bouncy castle, fun house (look out for Olaf!) and more!