Its nearing the festive season, preparations are being made for what we hope will be another fantastic Christmas at Beyond the Wall for everyone.
Please see the information below for our client Christmas celebrations and the days we will be closed over the festive period.
Monday 19th Dec:
Winter walk, Buffet Lunch, games and dancing (Additional charge of £3.00)
Tuesday 20th Dec:
Village Hall lunch (Lite Bites) (Additional charge £5.00 + raffle ticket money)
Wednesday 21st Dec:
Christmas crafts – Pizza and party games (additional charge of £3.00)
Thursday 22nd Dec:
Treasure Hunt followed by soup and a sandwich then music and games in Apple Store (additional charge £3.00)
Friday 23rd Dec:
Buffet Lunch + concert by Music group (additional charge £3.00)
Closed from Saturday 24th December, returning on Tuesday 3rd January
Beyond the Wall are delighted to announce the next fundraising event to be held at Thornham Walled Garden.
Wassail is an ancient custom that involves drinking cider and singing to the trees, to banish evil spirits and summon a good harvest.
With live music, food and drink, this will be a lively afternoon celebration, which is hoped will raise money for our formal garden, which we hope to have open to the public in 2017.
Tickets are bookable in advance only, to reserve yours, call us on 01379788799 or pop in to the garden and ask for a member of staff who will be happy to help.
Posted by Phill, November 2016
Currently Beyond the Wall is the nominated charity at Mellis Church, something that everyone at BTW is delighted about, so when the opportunity arose to take part in their community ‘Victorian Christmas Market, we were only too happy to book a space and help make the evening a busy festive success.
Our stall was a showcase of some of the produce from the garden, including jams, festive preserves and chutneys. It was also a chance to show off some of the baking skills that had been learned in our cookery classes, the choc-chip muffins baked by clients for the event were delicious.
With our space also being home to plants, propagated by clients and volunteers within the walled garden, a complete feel was given, to the visiting public, of the activities and learning that go on ‘beyond the wall’.