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EVENT CANCELLED: Harvest Past. 29th September

IT IS WITH GREAT REGRET THAT WE HAVE THIS CANCELLED THIS EVENT DUE TO A FORECAST OF HEAVY RAIN AND STRONG WINDS

 

Peak Hill Farm, Theberton, Suffolk  on Sunday 29th September for an autumn festival with a jam-packed day for the whole family.

Harvest Past promises to be a great weekend out with a range of activities, demonstrations and attractions to entertain while celebrating our farming heritage – and all in support of the Long Shop Museum in Leiston!

BBQ and camping pop up tea room with homemade cakes

Take stock of engines and vehicles galore including vintage cars and motorbikes, small and classic engines, jeeps along with a slow tractor race and a best tractor competition!

A variety of animals will be present including a South Devon calf and cow, goats, alpacas and donkeys not to mention a sheepdog demonstration, Suffolk Punches, shire horses as well as a horse and cart and a pony and trap.

You can also enjoy fresh baked goods, tea and cake in oodles (as well as some lovely local produce to take home), and cooling ice creams to freshen the palette. With a host of traditional games and activities for children, and last but not least, live music from local performers to help the weekend go with a swing, it promises to be a lovely occasion for those of all ages.

Tickets are available on the gate: £8 for adults, £6 young person, £4 children & under 4’s free.

CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATE21st March 2020

CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATE

Temporary Museum Closure

Following advice from the Government and Public Health England regarding social distancing to reduce the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) the Long Shop Museum has temporarily closed until further notice

The health and safety of our visitors, volunteers and staff is our top priority. We will monitor and review the closure period and update our website and social media with relevant news as and when we have it.

All our events, bookings and activities have been postponed or cancelled. We apologise for any inconvenience and ask you to please bear with us as we work through this difficult time.

Your support is vital to the successful future of our Museum.
We encourage you to engage with us, through our social media channels, using the links found at the top of our web site

We hope to welcome you back as soon as we can.

 

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