It’s time for some nostalgia, so step back in time at Tatton Park’s Farm on 10 and 11 June to help celebrate all that was great from the 1940s and 50s. 

Keep calm and carry on!

Meet Churchill and the Home Guard and listen to their stories of wartime Britain. Make do and mend with the Land Army girls, check out the military vehicles on display and find out how the Farm workers at Tatton Dale survived during rationing. 

Join in the dancing and singing…

Enjoy live music for all ages from talented 1940s singer, Rachel Mercer, as well as local choirs, Knutsford Star and Knutsford Beats. Pick up some lemon sherbets at the wartime sweet stall and enjoy tea and scones while you reminisce with classic songs of the period. The end of May marks ‘World Lindy Hop Day’ so why not come along to learn this fun dance and make it a weekend never to be forgotten?

Put on your glad rags for the chance to adopt a rare breed animal!

Come along in your best vintage outfits for the chance to win one of the Farm’s new Animal Adoption gift packs in our Best Dressed competition. 

Farm manager, Jayne Chapman said,

“The winner can choose from our gorgeous Middle White pig, Martha, Emily the Golden Guernsey Goat or Sensation our Shire horse. It’s a great prize, worth £35, which includes a cuddly toy and two VIP tickets to spend a whole day with your adopted rare breed.”

Parkland and Farm entry tickets can be booked online at

Animal Adoption gift packs can be bought online at