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Ice-cream farm in Ripple hosts end of summer day festival Solley’s Sundae

An end of summer festival is taking place at an ice cream farm in Kent today.

Solley's Sundae is the name being given to the event which will rung from 11am until 5.30pm at Solley's parlour in Ripple near Deal.

Kathy Wood and Honey Harrop enjoy an ice cream in front of the Maize Maze which will be open during the one-day festival
Kathy Wood and Honey Harrop enjoy an ice cream in front of the Maize Maze which will be open during the one-day festival

The family fun day will involve live music from local bands and artists including Your Shout, The Circus Birds and Andy Lawrence.

There will also be a food and drink market, activities for the children, face painting, tractor rides, a maize maze and, of course, ice cream.

Managing director Keith Morrison said: “Solley’s Sundae is an exciting new event here.

"We are looking forward to celebrating the end of an excellent summer season in style!

"The Maize Maze has been a massive highlight of our summer, and of course will still be open to enjoy during Solley’s Sundae, an afternoon of chilling in the countryside.

"With great music, quality food, drink and ice cream, what more could you need?"

The event follows in the footsteps of the Music on the Farm event held in July 2019 which raised more than £24,000 for Martha Trust.

Tickets are £8 per adult, £6 for children up to 12 and free for under 3s. A family ticket is £18 for two adults and two children.

Gates open at 11am with music starting at 11.45 until 5.30pm.

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