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May Day Festival returns to the newly restored Headstone Manor & Museum!


Come down to Headstone Manor & Museum and enjoy a day of fabulous family fun including a Punch and Judy puppet show, Reptile Displays and lots of Children’s activities. Experience traditional Morris Dancing, professional Maypole dancing lessons, craft activities and captivating performances by local musical talent. All of which are free and included in the ticket price!

Between the busy programme of activities, treat yourself to homemade cakes, specialty foods, handmade crafts and gifts from the many market stalls that will be there on the day. Meet people from the local community of Harrow and find out more about what they do and how you can get involved.

Explore the rest of the heritage site and discover the brand new Museum, Bouncy Castles, Face Painting and a Classic Car Show. There are plenty of ways to keep you and your family busy for the whole afternoon!

Attractions include:
• Brand New Museum Now Open!
• Reptile Displays & Handling
• Punch and Judy Puppetry Show
• Live Music Performances
• Professional May Pole Dancing Lessons
• Morris Dancing
• Delicious Food & Drink
• Classic Car Show
• Arts & Crafts
• Local Charity and Community Stalls
• Children’s entertainment
• Music from Radio Harrow
• And Much Much More!

Bank Holiday Monday 7th May 2018, 12-5

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Gates Open at 12:00pm. Tickets available on the door!
Adults: £3.50 Children(4-12years): £2.00 Under 4: FREE

Artist's Impression of the transformed site.

Artist’s Impression of the transformed site.

Headstone Manor & Museum has been awarded £3.6 million by the Heritage Lottery Fund.





Alongside £1m from Harrow Council, and £270,000 from the John Lyon’s Charity, this funding will totally transform this historic site. The new museum in the restored Manor House will open in Summer 2017. The Small Barn & Granary will house exciting new displays and events. A new cafe will be built with views of the Moat. Beautiful gardens will be created and the landscape will be revitalised.