Pick-your-own sunflower festival with street food and music coming to farm
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You are in for a blooming lovely evening out at a Norfolk farm this summer as it is running a pick-your-own sunflower festival.
The event will take place fortnightly on three Fridays on July 29, August 12 and August 26, from 5pm until late, at Rookery Meadows in Great Ellingham, near Attleborough.
It is owned by David Ewin and his sons Richard and Peter and this is the first time they have grown sunflowers.
It follows the successful launch of a pumpkin patch in 2021.
They also run Norfolk Veg Box, Wayland Free Range Eggs and a farm shop there.
There will be photo opportunities in the sunflower field and each person will get three sunflower stems to take home.
Street food trucks will rotate at each event and include East Coast Pizza Company and The Bucket List.
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There will also be live music, drinks from Event Bar Hire, face painting and bouncy castles.
Tickets cost £5 with under 5s free and can be bought in advance at norfolkvegbox.com or on the gate.
The field itself will be open from August 1 and throughout the summer holidays for picnics, pick-your-own sunflowers and children's games, which is also £5 entry.