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FRIDAY 28 AUGUST – MONDAY 31 AUGUST
FULL FAT FESTIVAL
In celebration of all the good things in life, we hope you will join us for a four-day festival over the August bank holiday weekend. After all the fun of last year, Milk Fest is back and better than ever! Launching on Friday 28 August and carrying on all the way through to Monday 31 August, we can promise a feast of fun for the whole family.
We’ve put together a programme that showcases the cream of Kent, with music from the best local bands and fabulous food and drink from our favourite suppliers. We’ve even crafted a brand new cask-conditioned bitter to mark the occasion, with some help from our friends at the Old Dairy Brewery. This ‘Full Fat Festival Top’ will be on draught all weekend at just a wee £3 a pint, so make sure you sample a glass… and then maybe another!
The Milk House is fortunate to be part of a wonderful local community, so we’ll be raising money all weekend for Sissinghurst village organisations including the St George’s Institute, with proceeds going towards our new village hall.
We can’t wait to welcome friends old and new to the pub for a party in true Sissinghurst style!
FRIDAY 28 AUGUST
PICCOLO PIZZA & TWILIGHT TUNES
Milk Fest kicks off at 6pm on FRIDAY night with some very special ‘piccolo’ pizza portions – bite-sized samples from our classic selection, from the Plucky Hen to the Happy Piggy. You can then choose an Italian drink to pair with your choices – Peroni, Prosecco, Pinot Grigio or Pelligrino…. As the sun sets over the Terrace, there’ll be music from singer/songwriter Tom Harvey, followed by some rollicking blues from The Black Sheep trio. A perfect start to your long weekend!
SATURDAY 29 AUGUST
FAMILY BBQ & BIG TOP
Roll up, roll up on SATURDAY with the whole family – because the big top’s coming to Sissinghurst! The circus swings into town at 1pm, with acrobats, stilt walkers, jugglers and more. Not your thing? Well don’t worry – we’ve got plenty of alternative entertainment lined up, including a bouncy castle, face painting and DIY sundaes before settling the kids down for a
Sissinghurst is the perfect place for a family day out, especially during the warmer months, with the historic castle and gardens just half a mile’s walk from The Milk House. Parking is ample and dogs are welcome.