The annual big event in the Marston Vale is back for yet another year, and it’s bigger than ever. Yes, Woodworks is returning on Saturday 7th September and Sunday 8th September for more woodworking japery.
According the marketing speil provided to us by our good pals at the Forest of Marston Vale, The festival of trees, woodlands, crafts, countryside and music at the Forest Centre and Millennium Country Park, Marston Moretaine. Now a fixture in Bedfordshire’s calendar of outdoor events; don’t miss this end-of-summer festival of everything that’s great about our fantastic countryside.
It really is a great day out, and there is loads on. Of course we will be there on Saturday with our stand, so pop along and say hi to us.
What’s more, if you travel by train to Millbrook station – a lovely walk or cycle through the park away – you get a £1 discount off the entry price. Those prices are (excluding the discount) £7.50 for adults, £4 for children aged between 10 and 16 years old and concessions, and free for any kids aged under 10 years old.
If the walk or cycle is too long for you, we will have a free minibus running between Millbrook station and the Forest Centre. It will be timed to meet with all the trains, and will run all day Saturday until 5pm.
On the train services, unfortunately due to circumstances outside ours and London Midland’s control we can’t run a Sunday service this year. But we are busting a gut to get it running next year. And there is still loads to do on Saturday, so take the train then.