Cobham Conservation and Heritage Trust

Visit Cobham Heritage Day on Sat 9th Sept 2017

Heritage Day 2017 leaflet front pageHeritage Day is a family fun day which is free to enter and occupies Cobham Church Street, St Andrew's Church and Church Yard, Church Gate House Gardens and the Leg O'Mutton Field.

There are over 90 varied stalls and attractions. The stalls give the public an opportunity to meet local charities, crafts and small businesses throughout the day and to discover interesting organisations and unusual items to buy. Some of the stalls offer delicious things to eat and drink, while others have games and children's items to buy.

We also have free entertainment and attractions throughout the day. These include the popular Maypole Dancing, Birds of Prey demonstration, Shetland Ponys, Juggling and Circus Skills, Punch & Judy, the Cobham Band and a live Jazz Band. Also, for a small charge there is the classic Bus rides.

This year we are very pleased to announce that Cedar House (opposite the Cobham Mill) will be open on Heritage Day. Tours will take place between 11am and 3:30pm. Visitors can walk to Cedar House or take the Chatterbus shuttle bus from the Leg O'Mutton field.

Two other major attractions on the Leg O'Mutton field are the Cobham Garden Club Autumn Show (1:30pm - 4pm) and the ever popular Classic & Vintage Car Gathering.

Are you an enthusiastic Gardener or Homecraft/Handicrafter? Why don't you enter one of the Autumn Show classes, there are special children's classes as well. You can visit the Garden Club website at www.cobhamgardenclub.com for more details.

The Cobham Mill is the only working water mill in Surrey and will be open from 1pm to provide demonstrations of how corn was milled using the power of the river Mole.

Heritage Day opens at 11am and concludes with the Cobham Duck Race on the River Mole which is kindly sponsored by Knight Frank Estate Agents. The main Duck Race takes place at 4pm and 8,000 yellow plastic ducks will be launched at the Cobham Mill weir and the first 18 ducks to reach the finish line at Riverhill opposite the Wildwood Old Bear Pub all receive a prize. The first prize being £300. Duck tickets can be purchased on the day for £1 each or at various times during the weeks leading up to Heritage Day itself. Visit the Where to buy your Heritage Day Duck Race tickets page for more details.

All day parking is available for just £1 on the Leg O'Mutton Field.

Click on the poster to the right to download the programme and map showing some of the activities happening on the day.

 

Become a Volunteer with Cobham Heritage

The Cobham Conservation and Heritage Trust is a local charity which relies on vounteers to help run the Trust, promote local history and conservation issues and organise fund raising events such as our annual Cobham Heritage Day. If you think you might like to join us, visit our Volunteer Vacancies page to find out which roles you might like to get involved with. We always try to make it fun.


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