SAVE THE DATE!! Sunday 26th May 2024
THE HEMP FAIR – on Hardwick Estate, hosted by Hempen Organic.
Welcoming the community to an exciting family day out to your local hemp farm! With something for everyone, whether you just want to enjoy a community day in nature or engage in the incredible programme of entertainment.
What to expect?
Come, browse and support the local market with special hemp additions from our favourite hemp brands. Treat yourself to hot drinks, delicious snacks and treats from The Hemp Café. As well as scrumptious local & organic food & the famous Hemp Burger van! There will be kids entertainment and live music to keep everyone entertained! We have an incredible line-up of workshops that demonstrate hemp’s versatility in textiles, natural dyeing, mushroom cultivation, alchemy and building. An exciting opportunity to get stuck in, learn and take something hempy home! As well as talks from experts in the hemp industry for those curious to learn more! Join the event at the beginning of the day to benefit from wellbeing classes.
Programme coming soon!
Watch this space!! Follow Hempen @hempenorganic on social media, or sign up to our newsletter to see the programme first!
Don’t miss out! We are making hemp information freely accessible for all. Time is precious when it comes to reshaping the way we look after the earth and ourselves. Hemp has a huge role to play in many areas of our lives from health, farming, non-fossil fuel based materials and eco-restoration. Here, we create change for people, community & planet.
Hempen, Path Hill Farm, Path Hill, Oxfordshire, RG8 7RE. Hempen is located on the beautiful organic community of Hardwick Estate. We are nestled at the end of a farm track that leads into the beautiful woodlands. Our farm is made up of a small cottage, gardens, polytunnel, large agricultural barn and business premises that produce our organic hemp & CBD products.
In order for us to prepare appropriately, please BUY YOUR TICKETS ONLINE to ensure your place! It’s likely this event will sell out, so we don’t recommend relying on tickets on the door.
Parking is limited and we encourage people to walk/cycle/lift share as much as possible to avoid congestion and disappointment.
It’s a 50 min walk from Pangbourne Station / 37 min walk from Whitchurch.
Bring cash because the internet is temperamental on the farm!
There are compost toilets on site.
Keep dogs on leads & please clean up after them.
Please bear in mind that the ground here is uneven, and we only have a few paths instead we have lots of woodchip and grass paths however we do have an accessible compost toilet. Please let us know if you have any specific needs.
If you would like to volunteer or if you would like to apply for a solidarity ticket offer, please email us at email@example.com
First Release Ticket £20: Available for a little while yet!
Final Release Ticket £40: Ensure your place! (Tickets will be £45 on the door)
Pay It Forward £20: Yes – I would like to help someone else join who wouldn’t be able to otherwise! If you can afford it, pay a little extra to help create access to the event for everyone. We would like to thank you for helping to keep ticket prices down for low income attendees, as well as allowing us to offer fully paid bursary options to marginalised groups such as our community project Growing Solidarity.
Parking £5: You must have a parking ticket purchased before arriving, as there is only so much space in the field.