The newly-launched Surrey Hills Artisan Festival 2021 will take place on Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th July as a showcase of the very best of the Surrey Hills’ food, drink, art and crafts. 

The first event of its kind, the two-day outdoor festival at Denbies Wine Estate in Dorking will celebrate Surrey Hills artisans, allowing visitors the opportunity to purchase locally-made produce, arts and crafts, learn new skills, sample delicious food and drink, and see master craftspeople in action. 

The Festival will offer something for everyone, from adults to children alike.  

Taking place in Denbies’ Bacchus Field, with views across to Box Hill and an enviable setting amongst the growing grape vines, there will be the chance to meet local artists, gain knowledge from outstanding artisans keen to share their skills, buy from local creatives and see intriguing craft making taking place.  

These fascinating activities, and the event as a whole, have been organised with all government Covid safety guidelines put in place, including social distancing and other measures, to ensure the safety and enjoyment of those attending. 

Browse an array of stalls offering food, wine, beer, gin, chocolate, skincare, jewellery, textiles, woodwork, glass, ceramics, painting, sculpture and more, each with something different from the next. 

Between the interactive demonstrations and quality Surrey Hills artisan products available to buy, enjoy a wide variety of food and drink from within the Surrey Hills – enjoy a wood-fired pizza, a zingy Thai curry, delicious African cuisine, vibrant street food, handcrafted doughnuts, a glass of Surrey Hills wine, or perhaps even a Silent Pool Gin and tonic! 

The Surrey Hills Artisan Festival 2021 will take place from 10am to 5pm on Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th July, at Denbies Wine Estate, Dorking. 

Tickets are priced at £6.00 if purchased in advance or £7.50 on the gate, with free entry for children under 12. Advance ticket sales are encouraged – book ahead to secure your place. 

Advance ticket sales close at 12 noon on Friday 2nd July. Onsite parking is free, or alternatively, Dorking railway stations are a 15-minute walk from the vineyard. 

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