Moonbeams Festival Information
Cream of the Wolds @ Moonbeams Festival
“We’re a small family business making real dairy ice cream and sorbets on our working farm in the beautiful Yorkshire Wolds. All our fresh and indulgent flavours are lovingly home-made from our extensive range of delicious recipes. We make all our quality products here on the farm and use natural ingredients and locally sourced produce wherever possible. We’re proud to provide a local farmhouse product that we’ve made ourselves. Our aim is to make the best ice cream and sorbets we possibly can. Once you’ve tried them, we’re sure you’ll be back for more. We love making ice cream and have been told that ours is the best that people have ever tasted – we hope you’ll enjoy it too!”
Wold Top Moonbeams Ale
Moonbeams Festival now has it’s own bottled beer… this very special beer will be available to buy at the festival along with Moonbeams T-shirts…
The Touring Caravan Gallery
Once again the Touring Gallery will be joining us at Moonbeams Festival… The Touring Caravan Gallery is the joint venture of Ian & Stef Mitchell. The small but perfectly formed vintage Sprite Caravan will be parking up and exhibiting art by Ian and Stef and is also used as a mobile studio and workshop space.
Yoga at Moonbeams!
Come and join us for an hour of calming yoga at Moonbeams festival in the beautiful gardens of Hunmanby Grange. Led by British Wheel of Yoga qualified Bec Thompson from Core Yoga, the free session is suitable for all ages and abilities and will prepare you for the festivities ahead! Join us in the garden at 10.15am on Saturday with your yoga mats. There are a limited number of places, so it’s first come, first served and subject to a promising weather forecast!
Yay! We’ve been featured in the Yorkshire Post
Moonbeams Festival Guided Walk!
Join a five mile guided walk at 9.30am on Saturday to experience the attractive wide landscapes and rolling hills that surround our festival site. A chance to clear your head and to enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the local area. The route taken will be along the Centenary Way, before joining the Wolds Way to reach the highest point of our walk at 500ft. On a clear day, the distant sea and white cliffs at Bempton can be seen. There follows a gentle descent along a green lane with great views towards the south. The walk will be led by Martin Hill, an experienced walks leader for the Ramblers. It is recommended that anybody who wants to join the walk has suitable footwear for the local tracks and paths, and most importantly, brings plenty to drink, particularly if the weather is hot.