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Feed Bristol, Bristol

Friday, 20 Dec (various times)

£8.01 - £8.54

Come and celebrate the end of the school term and Winter Solstice (on the Sunday this year) before we march into Christmas.
We had a brilliant time last year and want to do it all again! Take a look at our write-up from 2018.

Enjoy some crafty storytelling with The Wild of the Words in the roundhouse by the fire. Hot drinks will be available and a simple hearty veggie supper to enjoy around the fire available as an add-on.

Help The Wild of the Words tell the magical Norwegian fairy tale East of the Sun, West of the Moon at this Christmas story-crafting session! They'll be looking for little story-lovers and creative story-spinners to help them bring this very touching tale fully to life. Expect an hour of interactive storytelling, arty crafting and lots of imaginative activity! (Age guidance 2-11, babe in arms come free)

See the FAQs below for more information.

The afternoon 
2:30-3:30pm - first story session
3:30-4:00pm - time around the fire, a song or two to sing together, sip hot drinks
4:00-5:00pm - second story session
5:00-6:00pm - campfire dinner! (for those who have bought the add-on)

Can't wait to celebrate with you!

Pricing and availability

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Feed Bristol

Frenchay Park Road


BS16 1HB

Accessible for wheelchairs and prams. It will get quite dark so do bring a torch and we will have as much light outside as we can to guide you as well.

What will the food be?
The food will likely be a veggie chillie with lots of sides, including guacamole and tortilla chips. Dietary requirements can be accommodated - please state them on booking.

Can I bring my baby?
Yes, free of charge, so long as you can have them on your lap / carried as we will have limited space in the roundhouse.


Any questions, get in touch with Hannah at [email protected]


Wild Folk

Wild Folk puts on creative events in magical green spaces in and around Bristol. You can expect: foraging walks, creative workshops, feasts, storytelling and poetry.