Find fun things to do this August Bank Holiday Weekend. From food festivals, classic cars and music, there’s an event for everyone to enjoy.
PX+ at Duchess Farms, Sawbridgeworth 24-26 August
Be one of the first to experience a brand new festival, created for especially for those who work in the hospitality industry or just have a love for food! PX+ Festival is a laid-back, weekend long event which celebrates the industry through food, drinks, music and ideas.
While the festival already boasts over 100 headline producers – including farmers, butchers, winemakers, as well as pop-up food trucks, sit down banquets and over 40 of the UK’s top chefs – great live music from the likes of JP Cooper, Flyte and Oli Fox, has just been announced, ensuring festival goers are totally entertained over this exciting weekend.
Celebrating an eclectic mix of Indie Rock, Pop, Folk and Dance, the line up is split between two areas offering something for everyone.
For more information, line ups and updates please click on https://pxplusfestival.com or follow on Instagram @pxplusfestival and Twitter @PXplusfestival. For tickets click on https://pxplusquandoo.com
Visit Knebworth House this Bank Holiday for a Classic Motor Show, 26-27 August
For a family day out visit Knebworth House, its gardens, adventure playground and Dinosaur Trail this bank holiday. Visit on 26-27 August for the ‘Classic Motor Show’; a collection of up to 1,000 classic and collectable vehicles, arena hosting a series of parades and interviews, including the “Decibel Duel” where owners compete to find the loudest car of the show. www.knebworthhouse.com
Bury St Edmunds Food & Drink Festival, 26-27 August
A fantastic two day event for foodie. Watch celebrity chef demonstrations from the likes of James Tanner and Paul Rankin and browse over 100 stalls. There will also be street entertainment, fairground rides and a mini farm. The festival takes place 10am-5pm. www.visit-burystedmunds.co.uk/whats-on/bury-st-edmunds-food-and-drink-festival-2018.
Craft in Focus at RHS Garden in Hyde Hall, 24-27 August, 10am-5pm
‘Craft In Focus’ will be holding its contemporary craft and design fair during the August bank holiday weekend within the RHS Garden at Hyde Hall. This craft event will showcase 140 of the very best contemporary craft makers and artists in the UK.
In addition to works by skilful makers and artists, there will be a food village and live music. www.craftinfocus.com.
Frambridge River Festival, 26 August, 10am-4pm
A fun day out for the whole family by the water! Classic and historic boats, live marine demonstrations, a village fayre, arts & crafts, live music, food & drink and much more! www.yachthavens.com/FambRiverFest
Bloody Mary at Framlingham Castle, 25-27 August
Price: Adults: £9.50, Children (5-15): £5.70, Family £24.70. www.english-heritage.org.uk/Framlingham/Suffolk
IWM Duxford Summer Car Show, 26 August, 10am-6pm
The car show will feature an impressive line-up of vehicles presented by car clubs – including Jaguar, Ferrari and Mini Cooper owners’ clubs – and individual owners.
In addition to the car show, Duxford Aviation Society are hosting tank rides, while Classic Wings are offering flying experiences where participants can book to fly in a range of historic aircraft, including a two-seater Spitfire, both at an additional cost.
Entry to the Summer Car Show display is included with the admission price to IWM Duxford. https://www.iwm.org.uk/events/car-and-motorbike-club-visits-iwm-duxford