Share Add to Bringing in the Maypole. Once the Maypole is in place the boys of the village would climb the greased pole – if they could get to the top, they won the ham! We’re content with a garland on top!
Share Add to The Tudors and guests pipe in the Maypole on a dreary Mayday!
Share Add to The players wait at the station for the train into town!
Share Add to Palmers Players prepare for their first performance…ever!
Meet the Tudors on Mary Arden’s Farm as they prepare for a feast!
The team from Mary Arden’s goes to Shottery to help clear the Ozier Beds ready for coppicing.
The Mary Ardens Team start the day clearing the Osier beds in Shottery.
The team at Mary Arden’s Farm receive their Team of the Year Award presented at the Pride of Stratford Awards. Champagne celebrations to follow soon!
Meet Pickwick Couer de Lion (yes, that is his real name), our new Cotswold ram lamb who has been bought to Mary Arden’s Farm to breed with the pedigree Cotswold ewes. Hopefully next April we’ll have lots of cute Cotswold lambs for you to visit when The Farm re-opens next Easter. Adopt Pickwick, the ewes […]
The Cotswold is descended from flocks that were grazing the green grass of England in Roman times but this friendly breed is endangered and we need your help to keep this important breed alive and rocking (legend has it Neil Young used the them as a direct inspiration for his hairstyle). Adopt our rare breed […]