Pop-up Market

Saturday 28th April

11am until 2pm

Come and join us at Wick Care Farm for a fun filled morning....
There will be delicious cakes, soup and filled rolls to have with tea, coffee or soft drink.  Try your luck at the tombola and raffle and see if you can get some gifts at the craft stalls.  You may be lucky and find some get bargains at the plant sale too.  There will be a few games and a chance to look around at the Care Farm animals

This year we have a wonderful array of different stalls

Tony the Stick not only makes a huge number of walking sticks and crooks, he also has bird boxes, hedgehog houses, boot pulls and other wooden items.  With a cheerful smile and friendly banter, he is always good to have around too!

Frank Piff turns wood and makes beautiful items which are very practical as well as looking good.

Little Hearts Charity Stall
Lynn Barker sews fabric to make an exciting array of items, which she sells to raise money for the Little Hearts charity. This  supports children with heart problems.

Local artist Carice Green creates beautiful hand screen printed scarves and  cushions. These are bespoke, individual pieces of wearable art..

The Care Farm Plant stall will be selling a wide range of different tomato plants to suit all tastes - each year we are refining our choice to the ones we like best, plus the ones we are asked for.  But I can never resist trying a couple of new ones to.

Sarah with Phoenix Cards always has a good array of appropriate cards that  you want to buy - amonst other useful things.

Poppy's Pies.  Poppy will be selling a selection of delicious savoury pies and pastries, all handcrafted and homemade using fresh quality ingredients. She will also have a variety of Peter Cook's Bread, award-winning freshly baked bread, made over 3 days using real ingredients.

Zoe's Jewellery will be back again with her wide range of pretty, affordable jewellery.


Andy Nash from PKA Photography.  Andy has a special way with animals that means that he manages to capture the spirit of the animal in his photographs.  They are amazing.

Wayne Bishop's main product range is handcrafted clocks made from recycled materials, but he has also produces pictures and coasters using pyrography techniques. 

Tilesford Larder sells meat produced on their small holding just outside Pershore. All the meat they supply comes from their own pigs which are free range, outdoor reared and come from traditional breeds.

Danielle Shrimpton sells freehand machine embroidered pictures.  She also does commissions which can be personalised with names and dates.

Preserves The Care Farm will be selling a range of our jams and chutneys all made on the farm.

Care Farm Crafts There will also be a few crafts made at the farm for sale


There is also a range of games to join in with and take a tour around the Care Farm.  All proceeds from the cafe, raffle tombola and activities will be used for projects supporting the work of the Care Farm.  

The Marble Game . This is very popular as people compete to get as many marbles through the whole in a minute. 

Skittles.  People of all ages can compete to knock the skittles down.  There are prizes for adults and children

The Animals. If you would like to see our animals. There will be volunteers to show you around.

Holiday Activities and parties at Wick Grange Farm

We have had requests to cater for both younger and older children for holiday activities. If you are interested in holiday activities, we can take group bookings for about 10-25 people.

Children can enjoy a party with a difference at Wick Grange Farm.  We can put on a party  for any aged children from 2 upwards.  Activities and themes are tailored to suit the interests and abilities of the children.

If you are interested in holding a party or a group activity day at the farm, please contact us and we can discuss the options and availability.