Come along to La Fee HQ at Bayford Charity Musical Garden’s Day this Sunday 19 June

Come along to Bayford Charity Musical Garden’s Day this Sunday in the Hertfordshire countryside and celebrate Father’s Day by drinking La Fée Absinthe and tasting the full range of our new ENVY & NV Spirits at our bar and Island Rhum Shack. We’ll be raising lots of money for charity, this year for the Red Cross.

Bayford Musical Gardens Day

Across our village, there are walks, open gardens, bands playing all sorts of music, bars, BBQs, tea, scones and so much more.

We’re based at the Coach House, Bayford Hall, where our legendary owner, George Rowley, masterminded absinthes return to the market in France and across the EU back in the 90s.

Make sure you don’t miss out on drinking our absinthe and new spirits range and getting the boat across to our island rhum shack to taste a rhum or absinthe Mojito – that’s if you can persuade the ferryman to row you across…

George Rowley and Hettie with a ENVY Rhum Mojito

We’ll also be opening our lakeside bar and serving up all five spirits in our new range, absinthe, gin, rhum, vodka, whisky, alongside our classic La Fée Absinthe Supérieure, with all mixers supplied by Thomas Henry.

To soak up your drinks there’s a summer BBQ with delicious sausages and burgers supplied by Picketts, our local butcher.

We’ve also got live music from local musicians, served with tea and scones throughout the day at the Lodge in the grounds of Bayford Hall.

The little ones will be kept entertained with facepainting and shoot the goal, and after you can wander around the landscaped grounds, meet the peacocks, guinea fowl and chickens, check out the wild orchids, English roses or just sit on the lawn in the sunshine.

Raj the peacock

We really hope to see you here.

Time: Sunday 11.30am to 5pm

Cost: £10 per person and free for children 12 years and under

Parking: Free Parking throughout the village – Bayford Hall and The Coach House, disabled parking only

Getting here: 30 minutes by train from Finsbury Park, London to Bayford station


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