August is traditionally a harvesting month: ripened crops are gather in; grains are made into tasty foods and beverages and the Crannog farmers plough the soil.
Join us for the finale of our Summer of Science & Sorcery as we celebrate all things beer, bread and bees! Try homebrewed nettle beer, grinding wheat for flour, learn about early wheats, taste local honey mead, bake bread in our oven and over the fire, watch a beekeeping demonstration and try local beers.
Saturday & Sunday 10am - 4pm
Prices: Adults £5.00, Children £2.50, Under 4's free - Tickets available on the gate on the day.
Little Woodham is a re-created hamlet near Gosport, Hampshire (UK). It features houses and workshops set in the year 1642, just at the start of the English Civil War. It is peopled by volunteers dressed in period costume who illustrate the life and activities of ordinary village people at that time.
A firm favourite in the St Fagans calendar – our Food Festival brings together the finest local producers and mixes them up with a feast of family fun and foodie treats.
With apples in the orchards, pigs in the pigsties, and fires in the hearths – see the Museum come to life with the traditional tastes of Wales as well as a few more exotic flavours.
In January 2019, the staff at Newhaven Coppice will immerse themselves in the world of our Anglo-Saxon ancestors. For a week we will inhabit the woodland, working with the tools of the period and really experiencing what it may have been like to live and build 1400 years ago. We are inviting you to join and work alongside us, every other day of this project.
The International Living History Festival exists to provide a wonderful opportunity to visit this historic 12th Century Templar Farm, and enjoy the market place,and a fabulous opportunity for all, visitors and re-enactors alike, to meet and discuss all periods of our historical past by visiting the living history groups attending this event.