Special Events and What's On
Please note - no booking required - just turn up and enjoy !
May Day - 3rd May 2020
May day during the 17th century was a big festival. Houses were festooned with may blossom, green vegetation and any colourful cloths that were to hand. Mayday marked the coming of spring and new life. Food was becoming plentyful again, a time to eat, drink and be merry.
Join in the celebration with us! Hear stories from the Hagstone story teller, and see the Green Man, the Hobby horse and much more
17th Century Kiln firing - 2nd August 2020
A very special day at Little Woodham when our Master Potter will be loading up and firing the 17th Century pottery kiln. This kiln is the only working 17th century replica kiln in existence, and all the pottery that will be in the kiln has been made in the 17th Century potter's work shop using a kick wheel turn table.
Craft Day - 9th August 2020
A day at Little Woodham where you can see rural crafts through the ages.
You will see, amongst others, leather workers, walking stick makers, potters, blacksmiths, weavers, woodworkers, quilters. A special day where you can see modern day and historical crafts together demonstrating their skills..