Occasional Café Evenings
Last Saturday of each month
May to August 6pm-11pm
A great opportunity to enjoy local food and good company in a beautiful woodland setting.
Our Barbecue Café Evenings are a great social event for all the family.
The next Barbecue Café Evening will be from 6pm-11pm on Saturday the 26th of May 2018.
(Food will be served from 6pm-9pm)
During 2017 the entertainment for the café evenings has included Blacksmithing and bow making demonstrations, storytelling, axe throwing, rope making, tug of war, wood crafts and a medieval reenactment. To find out what entertainment is going to be at the 2018 café evenings, watch this space.
As always, we are sourcing the highest quality local ingredients to cook over Devon’s finest charcoal. The salad will be picked on the day here at Bulworthy Project. We will be serving local cider, ale and wine as well as a selection of soft drinks and hot beverages. For desert we will have a selection of homemade sweet treats.
There will be music, the campfire will be going and although we hope for a lovely warm evening, we do have a marquee so that everyone can stay warm and dry whatever the weather. We’re looking forward to getting the barbecues fired up for another evening of great food and great company in the woods.
You are welcome to explore the woods whilst you are here where you can see our sheep and pigs as well as enjoying the beautiful woodland environment.
Admission is free. You just pay for food and drinks as you order.
Although there is an extra expense in sourcing local produce from small producers as compared to buying the mass produced alternative, we try to keep our prices as reasonable as possible.
£10 for a main meal, £5 for a child’s portion and £2.50 for a sweet treat.
Please car share where possible.
Sorry no dogs due to ground nesting birds and other environmental considerations.
It is possible to camp in the woods for a charge of £5 per night per person and the café will be open on Sunday morning for breakfast.
For directions see: www.bulworthyproject.org.uk/directions.pdf