DAYLESFORD ORGANIC FARM
Giffords Circus rolls into Daylesford each spring, putting up the big top on the clover-rich organic farm fields next to the farmshop. There are lambs bouncing in the surrounding fields and blossom on the trees. The sap is indeed rising as our motley crew of performers, musicians, chefs, ponies and pigeons take residence in the Cotswold countryside.
“If you get the chance to go to Giffords Circus don’t hesitate. Absolutely brilliant soundtrack, tricks, visuals and laugh”Cerys Matthews
Daylesford Organic Farm
Phone signal may be intermittent.
No food on the final Monday at Daylesford.
No accessibility restrictions
Parking is in the grounds next to the circus, please follow directions and park sensibly. Parking is in a field and therefore the ground is undulated and rutted in places. For those with limited mobility we reserve a limited amount of blue badge parking nearer the tent, please let the car park attendant know if you need to park as near as possible and they will show you where to go.
Giffords Circus is located next to Daylesford Organic Farm in Kingham, Gloucestershire.
From Stow-on-the-Wold, take Sheep Street onto Oddington Road (A436) eastbound. Continue for just over three miles then turn right, signposted Kingham. After half a mile, just before you get to Daylesford Farm Shop, the circus will be through a farm gate to the right.
Make a day of it in Stow-on-the-Wold
DAYLESFORD ORGANIC FARM SHOP
At Daylesford fresh vegetables, fruit and herbs are picked each morning from the Market Garden, which is just steps away from the award-winning farmshop & café, kitchens, Bakery and Creamery.
Beyond the farmshop, you will find the Bamford Barn, Wellness Spa, Workshop, Cookery School and several options for indoor and outdoor dining and drinking throughout the day and into the evenings.
PLACES TO STAY
Nestled in the heart of Stow-on-the-Wold, The Old Stocks Inn is a beautiful 17th-century coaching inn that really stands out from the crowd. The boutique hotel is luxurious, but not stuffy. Elegant, but not pretentious. Quaint, but not twee.
A FAIRY PORTAL
Visit St. Edward’s Church in Stow-on-the-Wold and discover this most magical door flanked by two yew trees, which more like a portal to a fairy realm than a church entrance. “Given the entry’s enchanting appearance, there’s little wonder why local lore says it inspired J.R.R. Tolkien’s Doors of Durin. Like this door, those elven entrances were flanked by two magnificent trees.” – atlasobscura.com
Daylesford Organic Farm Show Dates
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