What’s On

Food & Drink

Over the course of the weekend, we’ll be welcoming 1000 guests to the farm to enjoy street food from our woodfired courtyard kitchens during the day, and feasts in our barns in the evening. The menus will provide a true nose-to-tail dining experience, celebrating some of the finest produce (and producers) from the South West – alongside organic beef from one of our own Red Devon bullocks.

By day

On Saturday and Sunday, we’ll be serving street food during the day from two courtyard kitchens. On Saturday, we’ll be joined by Beautiful & the Feast and Cabrito and on Sunday, the Nancarrow team will be back on the grills and we’ll be joined by Tom Griffiths.

You can expect to see our organic beef (and unsurprisingly, Cabrito goat)on the menus, alongside homegrown vegetables and preserves from the farm and some of the South West’s finest ingredients. There’ll be vegetarian and vegan options available for those that don’t eat meat, as well as something for the little ones!

You can buy street food in advance when you buy your entry tickets (it’s a bit cheaper that way too), or on the day. You’ll recieve your tokens on arrival, which can then be exchanged for a portion of food.

Hot drinks, snacks and cake will be available on the day from our bar, which will also be serving a selection of beers, wines, spirits and soft drinks.

By night

On Friday and Saturday evenings, we’ll be hosting a series of Feasts where our team, guest chefs and local producers will be collaborating to provide a true nose-to-tail dining experience. We’re delighted to be joined by the likes of Paul Ainsworth, Dan Cox and Ben Tish.

On arrival, you can wander around the farm, graze on canapés, have a go at some local crafts and sample a seasonal tipple before sitting down in either our Old Mill, Oak Barn or Rusty Barn.

Have a look at our Line Up to choose your feast then book your tickets to join us!

We’re happy to cater for any specific dietary requirments – please include details when making your booking.

This year’s 1000 Mouths will raise money for two charities: Cool Earth and Cornwall Wildlife Trust.


During the day, there’ll be workshops and wild walks, Fire pit demos, Talks and tastings, and we’ll be converting our larder into a farm shop. There’ll also be plenty for the smaller ones, with activities and trails!

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