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Saturday 28 July – Sunday 26 August 2018
11am – 3pm
These demonstrations will take place on the following dates: 28th July, 5th, 18th, 19th, 25th and 26th August
As part of our Seeds of Hope summer programme, we are exploring the connections between the Walled Garden and the Old Kitchen, looking at the journey from field to fork.
On selected days throughout the summer we will be holding cookery demonstrations in the Old Kitchen, inspired by the recipes and produce that would have been cooked here 100 years ago in 1918.
There is no need to book. This is a free demonstration run on a drop-in basis for all our visitors, running between 11am and 3pm on the following dates: 28th July, 5th, 18th, 19th, 25th and 26th August.
Make your way to the Old Kitchen, Below Stairs, where you will find our cooks busy at work!
Seeds of Hope is our brand new immersive exhibition based in the Walled Garden and Bothy, created in collaboration with Lord Whitney, a creative studio based in Leeds.
Explore life at Harewood in 1918 through the eyes of the gardeners who lived and worked in The Bothy and the Walled Garden, and step back in time to a war time garden complete with heritage fruit, vegetables and flowers as well as heritage goats and chickens. The exhibition will commemorate the experiences of those who worked on the estate 100 years ago, exploring themes of self-sufficiency, resilience, healing and hope.