This festival is organised wholly by volunteers of the Southern Hampshire branch of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) and features more than 90 real ales, plus real ciders, real perries and UK & foreign bottled beers.
Throughout the year there are a host of events taking place at New Park Manor and in the surrounding area of the New Forest. Please browse the list of events below or sign up to our newsletter for the very latest updates!
Come and enjoy an evening of classical music in the beautiful surrounding of the Gardens, finishing with a firework finale.
Booking is essential
Early bird offer (Book your tickets before May)
Adult £13 and Child £6
Group of 10+ Adult £11 and Child £5
Call 01794 369318 to book today
New for 2015 Bigger Food and craft area and Sunday Dog Show!*
Public camping available.see website or facebook for details. All proceeds go to local charity's and good causes.
Two miles south of the M27 junction 2 ,at Meadowmead Farm.
Adult - £9.00
Children (6 – 16 years old) - £6.00
Senior Citizens - £8.00
Family Ticket (2 adults and 4 children) - £28.00
Students (with student card) - £7.00
Programme (with vouchers) - £2.00
Single entry (Under 16 years free when accompanied by Parents) - £7.00
Family Ticket ( 2 adults and 2 children) - £15.00
Call 01590623467 to book today
Show jumping is a major feature with international classes held throughout the three days. A full range of equestrian classes also feature, as well as livestock competitions including pigs, cattle and sheep, plus a poultry section, rabbits, cage birds, and honey bees. Bring the family to see the Show Farm, where children can interact with a variety of small animals, check out the Sheep Show, the Forest Fun Factory, the ferret racing, falconry displays and visit the live Blacksmiths Forge. With over 600 trade stands exhibiting this year, the variety is even bigger and better than ever! Take a walk through the Craft Marquees, don’t forget to visit our Shopping Pavilions and of course, our Local Food and Farming area which hosts over 35 local producers.