Spring Fling at Weston Park
Weston Park, the stately home on the Shropshire \ Staffordshire border will be hosting their brand new “Spring Fling!” event on the late May Bank holiday weekend featuring a great line-up of local artisan food producers, unique crafts, live music and a street food village.
With plenty of wide open space, Temple Field will be home to the event with over 40 stalls representing the very best in local food, drink and crafts.
Visitors to the event can enjoy a freshly made Pimms Picnic by Weston’s Head Chef Anna Moore which can be enjoyed in a wide variety of spots across the estate to soak up the views and vistas.
The whole estate will be open to explore including the formal gardens, Shrewsbury Walk, Temple Wood, the woodland adventure playground and the miniature railway.
Andrea Webster, Marketing Manager at Weston Park said “We are really looking forward to welcoming visitors and traders to our first event this year. Our Spring Fling promises to be a laid back Bank holiday experience for friends and family to enjoy a traditional day out. We have over 40 wonderful traders so there is plenty of delicious food and drink on offer and great shopping opportunities.”
Weston’s Spring Fling will take place on Sunday 30th and Monday 31st May from 10am – 4pm. To welcome everyone safely tickets must be pre-booked on-line at weston-park.com and cost £3.50 per person + booking fee
For further information please visit weston-park.com
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