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Alresford Watercress

Alresford Watercress

Alresford kicks off National Watercress Week with a grand parade where the first watercress harvest is distributed from the pony and trap by the festival King and Queen.

Alresford, famous for being the home of the Watercress Line Steam Railway kicks off National Watercress Week with a grand parade where the first watercress harvest is distributed from the pony and trap by the festival King and Queen.

 

Enjoy live music, dancing and street theatre, cookery demonstrations and the World Watercress Eating Championship.

 

There is a special market that includes cheeses, wine and cider, meats and game, breads and cakes, chutneys and preserves, lavender beauty products, plants, vegetables and of course watercress products of every type including watercress chocolate and watercress pate.

 

Depart 08:00 Return: 17:00

 

* Timings give an indication of the length of the day and are approximate.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Name Address Contact Details
Bitterne - Sainsburys Outside Sainsbury's (Old Safeways)
Coliseum, Southampton Coliseum Garage, Botley Road, West End
Eastleigh - Leigh Road Leigh Road bus stop at side of Holiday Inn Hotel
just past junction with Passfield Avenue
Eastleigh Bus Stn Eastleigh Bus Station (coach bay toilet block end)
Hedge End - JBP John Barleycorn Pub, Lower Northam Road
Southampton - Cenotaph Southampton Centotaph, Above Bar Street

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