The Festival of the Plough


The Festival provides a wonderful traditional day out for all the family.

The day begins at 10:00 am with the Blessing of the Plough and runs till around 4:00 pm when prize giving takes place and the main raffle is drawn.

All money raised is donated to local charities.

Our thanks to all who attended who helped raise money for local charities.

Please go to our Facebook pages for all the pictures.

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Festival of The Plough Registered in England and Wales No. 10856869

Latest News:

After a fantastic event in September 2018, the Festival of the Plough Committee held their Annual General Meeting at Low Burnham Village Hall on Tuesday 5th February.

A spokesperson said “we had a very successful event and are delighted that we have been able to donate profits from this year’s event to a number of local charities and good causes,”

Over the past 38 years that the event has been running, the Committee has raised in excess of £240,000 and helped local organisations to grow and prosper.

The committee are now faced with making decisions about the future of the event and the need for a new venue. Thanks were expressed to Simon & Lynn Clarke for the support they have given to the Festival of the Plough in hosting the event at High Burnham Farm

over the past 12 years.

The Committee unanimously agreed that finding a suitable venue would not be easy and may take time. If a new venue is not found by April, there will regrettably be no Festival of the Plough in 2019.

Over the next 12 months, the Committee are welcoming any suggestions for a new venue, and fresh ideas for the future of the event.

If you would like to see the event launch again in 2020, why not join or support the Committee to enable this to happen?

Please contact any of the committee members for more information about how you can help, either via contact us or on Facebook.