The Stansted Summer Festival on 15th – 16th July is an eclectic weekend of family fun, quirky entertainment and a little bit of the eccentric all within the setting of a Quintessential Country Estate.  There are endless activities, from archery to Forest School, music to Woodland crafts, classic cars and a real T34 Tank, to stalls, food and drink.  This is set against the reenactments of the Napoleonic Association as they demonstrate cavalry charges and musketry drills, while a series of talks are given throughout the day from General David Richards, and Colonel Richard Charrington on topics such as ‘Bringing the Stansted Sabres to life:  Waterloo and the Ponsonbys’. 

This is a very relaxed and enjoyable day out with a superb atmosphere and something for everyone. You can book tickets on the Stansted Park Website (£10 for adults, £5 for kids)

The Farm shop will be open throughout the weekend, and parking is not an issue, so come and wander around the Park and pop in for you local, seasonal goodies, or grab a pizza with Simon in the courtyard.