Returning in 2022 after a Covid-19 break
Sunday 26th June 2022
Quintessentially English Fete
Towersey Manor is once again to be the stunning setting for the Towersey Church Fete. This quintessentially English fete grows in popularity every year with attractions for every age, from strolling round the beautiful gardens to running down the track in our popular children races.
Eating and drinking
You could indulge in a delicious cream tea served in the tranquillity of the medieval barn, or take a seat on the front lawn whilst enjoying food from our BBQ and a refreshing pint of Pimms or a cold beer. Perhaps treat yourself to an ice cream whilst enjoying the live music.
Garden tours included
Entrance is just £2 per person with free entrance for children. Entrance include free entry to the magnificent Manor Garden.
Activities for the whole family
There is fun and entertainment throughout the afternoon, accompanied by live music from THE NOTATIONS with Hayley Carter. We’re also delighted to welcome Towersey Village Voices, Towersey Morris and Three Horseshoes Morris.
There will be games for the children and the races are sure to be a high point of the day, as well as the ever-popular Professor Boodle! If you need some nourishment, you’ll find the Manor Barn offers an oasis of calm with cream teas and cake, or head to the Pimms stall or BBQ.
We have many and varied stalls where good-quality bargains can be found, so do look out our Manor Boutique as well cakes, toys, bric-a-brac, plants and more. And don’t miss the Raffle and the Silent Auction where there is an impressive list of items on offer.
Buy your tickets from the stall on the front lawn.
Prizes will be published in May 2022
Bid for fantastic prizes and experiences - some of which are exclusive to the Towersey Fete. For more details and to place your bids, visit the Silent Auction stall on the front lawn.
The full list of available lots will be published in May 2022.
How to find us
To navigate to the Fete just put OX9 3QR into your Satnav and head to Manor Road, Towersey and follow the signs. There is ample free parking just a short walk from the entrance and disabled parking in the grounds for those who need it.