The Wayfaring event at Basildon Park is inspired by the chalk landscape and ancient routes of the Icknield Way, a Neolithic corridor of braided routes, that is thought to be the oldest in the country, running from coast of North Norfolk to the Dorset coast. Basildon Park, where the North Wessex Downs meets the Chilterns, sits on the edge of the route as well as in the North Wessex Downs AONB.
As part of the Wayfaring project at Basildon Park, the North Wessex Downs are looking to connect with communities/groups that are particularly interested in walking and walking for health, and invite them to visit Basildon Park (for free) and enjoy and experience the landscape within the North Wessex Downs.
Saturday evening 21 July – attend the main Wayfaring event.
Join us on the Saturday evening as fire, live music and performance transforms the installation in a rousing celebration of people coming together and of paths crossing for a single night.
All are welcome and its free to attend, tickets just need to be reserved. Click here for tickets.
Free admission to the grounds with reserved tickets from 7pm. Event starts at 8.30pm.
Please note this an outdoor event so please wear sensible warm clothes and footwear.
There is free parking at Basildon park for the event.