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The Worthys Festival – Village Open Day

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Location of one of the events - St. Marys Church, London Road, Kings Worthy, Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 7QL

New for this year's fifth biennial Worthys Festival (14th – 22nd September 2019) is the Village Open Day. being run in tandem with Winchester Heritage Open days this is an amazing example of 'People Power' and a great opportunity for village businesses and organisations to showcase their services and activities to the whole community.

The Worthys Festival is a celebration of life in the Worthys, organised by a team of local volunteers and committed to bringing the whole community together.

Open day events are expected to include
● St Swithun’s Church Flower Festival - Open all week.
● Winchester Golf Academy – 2pm - 4pm only
● Church Paddock Fishery, Bedfield Lane.
● St Mary’s Church – tours up the Tower, have a go at bellringing, history tours of the church and graveyard, teas in the Church Rooms
● Exhibition football on Church Green
● Watercress Way Walk
● Two guided walks around Barton Meadows

All day: free bus rides around the village with King Alfred’s Buses - see Festival Programme & bus stops for timetable

For further details nearer the time please visit the Worthys Festival Website: www.worthysfestival.com

Saturday 14 September: Open Day 1000-1700

Access

Children are welcome but must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times. Please note some events do not have full wheelchair access and please use common sense with regards footwear depending on where you are planning to visit.

Additional Information

Anything from 30 minutes to all day! There will be refreshments and toilets available at different points in the village 

Directions

St Mary's Church is a great place to begin your adventure, but do note events are taking place throughout the village, for exact locations please visit the Worthys Festival Website: www.worthysfestival.com.

Later Event: September 14
First 100 Years Exhibition