Visit the beautiful Somerset village of Cheddar and explore all the events happening over the first May Bank Holiday Weekend!Strawberryfield Park is a brilliant base to explore all that the local area has to offer. Our 5 star lodges offer luxury living, nestled within Somerset countryside between Cheddar and Wells.During the Bank Holiday weekend, there are lots of special events for guests to enjoy. Book to stay with us at Strawberryfield Park and receive an exclusive discount of 20%!
Cheddar Arts Fringe Festival, Cheddar Village
Take part in the arts walking trail in Cheddar and discover new artists publishing their work. This is a locally run event by artists who wish to promote their skills. Explore the village, meet new people and enter the world of art.
Brunel’s SS Great Britain Victorian Weekend, in Bristol
Experience a weekend of the Victorian era at Bristol Harbourside. Expect to run into a policeman, dock worker, fisherman’s wife, swindler, fish seller, char woman and even a rat catcher!
This important ship is one of history’s greatest, bringing together power and innovative technology. The ships we have today are are thanks to Brunel’s masterpiece, the SS Great Britain.
Invisible Gem, Live Music playing at The Swan in Wedmore
Friday 3rd May at 7.30pm
Combining the influences of folk, rock, classical and swing, enjoy an evening of friendly atmosphere at The Swan.
Ollie Back & Sam, live music playing at The Swan in Wedmore
Sunday 5th May at 3-5pm
Playing folk music and popular covers at one of the most popular pubs near Cheddar. From great entertainment to delicious food, The Swan is only a 20 minute drive from Strawberryfield Park.
Sourdough Pizza & Piano Evening, Walcot House in Bath
Friday 3rd May at 6pm
Walcot Cafe in Bath are hosting their ever so popular evening filled with delicious, home cooked food and beautifully played piano music. They cook Neaopitan style pizza in their wood fired brick oven serviced with crisp crusts and spots of char. On piano, George Wilson brings you your favourite songs and sing a longs.