These are some of the many components that are embedded in the spirit of the Big Feastival located at the Alex James farm. So, you’ll find no shortage in the naturally traditional outlook of the event in terms of farm animals or haystacks. This offers ideal grounds for a good campsite where you can gather your family and friends by the campfire for some delicious marshmallow toasting while having a sing along all night.
The farm is abundant with farm animals where you and your children can spend time petting the flock of hens and sheep herds. The Helter Skelter makes up for an exhilarating ride where you can take a delightful experience as the wind brushes on your cheeks.
This joyous yearly food festival rallies people across England to this amazing event regardless of their background thus symbolizing its diversity and tolerance across the spectrum. The Feastival has attracted International Superstars who join in the fun and merriment with their pure artistic performances from the likes of the brilliant Craig David to the enigmatic Paloma Faith who have toured the world and will make their presence at the music festival.
Of course, a traditional festival would be nothing without its delectable food and Feastival is exactly where you can feast until the fat lady sings. Feastival has boasted the likes of Marco Pierre White, Raymond Blanc and Pierre Koffmann who need no introduction when it comes to their culinary genius. Exotic cheese, burnt expresso, grilled Turkey you name it. This feast delivered by Festival is fit for a King and you are more than welcome to chomp it all down without a care in the world.
‘Truly the Big Festival promises an unforgettable experience of a lifetime. You and your family are always welcome in our beautiful little world.’
The Big Feastival takes place on Alex James’ Farm in Kingham, Oxfordshire, OX7 6UJ. It is a well-known village in the Cotswolds close to Chipping Norton.
You can reach your destination at the Alex James Farm with ease through train, bus or car.
If you prefer to travel by train then the Kingham railway is the closest station you can use to get to the festival site. If you go from the London Paddington it is about 90 minutes of travel to Kingham. Make sure to book your train three months before the festival takes place.
If you are opting to go by car then you can reach the farm from any part of the UK. The taxi services are easily accessible like the Excelsior Taxis, North Cotswold or PH Taxis along with other services which you can avail.
Kingham invites countless people in masses so they are more than ready to accommodate those who plan one staying until the festival concludes. You can book a room in these fine hotels and get the comfort and relaxation you need until you make your exit.
Some of the finest hotels of Kingham include The Kingham Plough, Badger Cottage, Bluewood Lodges and Mill House Accomodation. Other like the Grooms Cottage and Little Garth are also popular in that area.
Kingham carries much of England’s proud Anglo-Saxon heritage and history. You can view them by using the Cotswolds Electric Bike tours or the Windrush Cycle Tours and go sightseeing all you want like the grand architectures of Chastleton House and Garden or the Cookery School at Daylesford.
You can also stop and admire the magnificent religious sites like the St. Edwards Church and St. Andrews Church. You can make a stop at the Cotswold Brewing Company and enjoy yourself a satisfying drink.
If you are a history lover then you’ll surely love the village’s Cotswold Motoring Museum as well as the Wellington Aviation Museum.
The Big Feastival musical event is set to take place in August 23 to August 25, 2019.
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