Whats The Plan?
Lets enjoy the outdoors again
Welcome to 'Gin & Rum On The Farm', located at Stroud Farm situated between Fifield and Holyport in Berkshire and taking place on Saturday 10th July 2021.
Our team are excited to be able to bring back Gin & Rum At The Farm for the 2021 summer. We have worked tirelessly to provide you with an amazing event, celebrating Gin and Rum with safety in mind!
You will have access to several dedicated Gin and Rum Bars, offering a varied choice of spirits from a range of distilleries both national and local, as well as some expert advice on what is being served and how to serve it right. There will also be a Beer & Cider Tent, a Prosecco Bar and a Pimms Bar on site, so if Gin and Rum aren't your tipple of choice, then you wont go thirsty.
There will also be some fantastic food plots serving tasty treats and some cool summer vibes played by live bands and vinyl DJ's in the background.
PLOTS & YOUR BOOKING
Your Own Space To Relax In
This will be the second ‘socially distanced’ Gin & Rum on the Farm. Last year, it was ‘needs must’ with the advent of social distancing taking everyone by surprise . . . but the format went down a treat with our customers, so we won’t change, even if the regulations do!
The event arena is divided into ‘bubbles’ – marked out into 3 meter circular plots that are 2 meters apart. The space is yours for the day, and will accommodate up to 6 people. So when you book your plot, you will be issued up to 6 free entry tickets that will be linked to your plot & managed by QR code.
It is essential that you understand social distancing guidelines when attending this event (www.gov.uk/coronavirus).
Plot choices, from £50 to £70 (not including booking fees)
The plot on its own comes with up to 6 admission tickets
Plot plus Table & Chairs comes with a sturdy plastic table and up to 6 garden chairs, plus up to 6 tickets
Gazebo plot. You can erect your own (max 3m x 3m) gazebo. This includes up to 6 tickets, and will be located towards the perimeter of the arena.
Onsite parking is available for £4 per car. Cars can be left overnight but must be collected between 11am and 4pm the following day. The parking is located in the adjacent field, with disabled parking closest to the festival gate.
Please note that the ground is of uneven surface!
Have a look at our FAQ tab for more information, do’s and don’t’s, and contact the organiser of you have any questions that you can’t see covered. We are here to help.
KEEPING YOU SAFE
Enjoy With Confidence
The safety of both our customers and our staff is our priority and we would like to give you more detail about the precautions we are taking with regards to Covid-19.
SAFETY is of the utmost IMPORTANCE.
All plots are to be allocated and will be limited to 6 individuals per plot which are individually spaced a minimum of 2 meters apart
Maximum attendance levels to keep social distancing within the venue
Queuing systems at all outlets to promote distancing measures
Contactless payments available by all stall holders
ALL staff will be wearing PPE
Free hand sanitizer throughout the venue
Toilet attendants working full time to disinfecting cubicles before and after use
Litter pickers working to remove disposable items safely with picking tongs.
It is believed that gin was first produced in the middle ages by the Dutch. It was only when gin made its way to England that it had become a drink to be enjoyed by all. Because the English government allowed gin to be produced even without a license, gin became even more popular than brandy at that time.
Gin is a good source of antioxidants. Juniper berries are super foods, loaded with antioxidants that help reverse free radical damage and fight signs of ageing! Juniper berries are also a good source of flavonoids, which help prevent heart disease and improve blood circulation.
A shot of gin contains around 54 calories, making it the ideal choice for the weight-conscious. Drink it straight if you want to offset the lockdown stone!
What are you waiting for?
Its all about the
Its all about the
Rum was first produced in the 17th century, when sugarcane plantation's in the Caribbean discovered that molasses could be fermented to produce alcohol. Because of rum’s unique flavour and aroma, demand for the alcohol quickly grew, and other sugar-producing countries got into the rum production business. This alcohol became so popular that rum became a form of currency in many colonies in the 18th century.
Rum can help with heart health, preventing blockages in the arteries, thereby reducing the risk and impact of a heart attack. It can also aid in the production of HDL, which is considered good cholesterol. Rum also has antimicrobial properties, which can help fight the bacteria that cause the common cold. It can also offer relief from cramping and muscle pain and promotes bone health, keeping osteoporosis and arthritis at bay!
What are you waiting for?
DINNER IS SERVED
Delicious Variety Of Food Available
We have handpicked a selection of fantastic local food vendors to cater for your different tastes throughout the day. These will include BBQ, pizza, ice-cream, sweet treats and more! Vegetarian options will be available.
We pride ourselves on using local businesses for our events, and are so happy to be able to support those who have found the last year in lock-down a challenge for their business.
Another great reason to come and join the fun!
ENTERTAINMENT ON THE DAY
#Let The Music Play
No event would be complete without some music!
We will have vinyl DJ's playing some cool summer vibes as well as some great sets from some of the best acoustic acts from all over the country playing some well known classics in the background to spice up the day.