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Hole Park Gardens

Hole Park Gardens at Rolvenden (15 minutes from the farm) are often described as one...

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Battle Scarecrow Trail and Festival

29th June - 19th July

For the 6th year Battle (of 1066 fame and site of the world famous Abbey) will host this popular scarecrow festival. 'Mythical Monsters' is this years theme and over 60 scatty scarecrows will be adorning the town. Guaranteed to be a day full of laughs as you follow the trail and see if you can spot them all. Why not stop for a cream tea to recharge your batteries.

Pashley Mannor Gardens

9th - 14th June

Over 100 varieties of roses are looking their absolute best in mid June. Described as their 'Special Rose Week', this is a great time of year to visit these beautiful gardens at Ticehurst, walk with the head gardener amongst the fragrant, colour themed plantings.

Rye Bay Scallop Week

Saturday 21st Feb - Sunday 1st March

A celebration of seafood and in particular the Rye Bay Scallop! Now in it's 8th year, local restaurants will be showcasing an array of dishes to tickle your tastebuds. Alongside tasting events the festival will feature scallop shucking demonstrations, cookery schools, live music, arts and crafts, talks and tours. The finale of the week is a race through the streets of Rye with barrows full of scallops!

Hole Park Gardens

March 29th - June 8th

Hole Park Gardens at Rolvenden (15 minutes from the farm) are often described as one of the best places to see bluebells in the country. Fabulous trails amongst mature oaks and woodland, with swathes of daffodil and narcissi as well as wild flower meadows full of primroses and fritillaries. Visitors to the gardens in late April and early May will be treated to a spectacular display.