Sunday 25th – Saturday 31st October
11 AM – 4 PM
As we remain connected to the changing seasons and autumn harvest, Hauser & Wirth Somerset and Roth Bar & Grill will continue to celebrate our Pumpkin Festival tradition in new and exciting ways. The ever popular competitions and creative displays will come to life online and onsite. The annual activities are once again in support of Hubbub Foundation, inspiring greener ways of sustainable living. Further details on how you can start taking part, whether near or far, listed below.
We will be open for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea during the week of the Pumpkin Festival. We strongly advise booking a table in advance to avoid disappointment, bookings can be made HERE.
Takeaways, including spiced pumpkin soup and children’s hot dogs, should be pre-ordered in advance HERE. Pumpkin lattes, spiced apple juice and mulled cider will be available to order on-site.
Book to visit the galleries between Sunday 25 – Saturday 31 October, 11 am – 4 pm, for an opportunity to view the Autumnal displays in the Implement shed. Please note, there will be a one-way system in place and visitors should follow all government guidance and continue to social distance on site. Numbers will be strictly managed via visitor bookings. We hope the large-scale event will return in its normal capacity in 2021.
The Grand Pumpkin & Squash Competitions
Gardening and homegrown produce has certainly had a resurgence this year, so for the month of October you are invited to send in photographs of your pumpkins, squash or gourds to enter into the categories; ‘Largest Pumpkin’, ’Best in Show’, or ‘Misfit’. The photographs will be installed in a community autumnal display in the Implement Shed and shared on social media. They will be judged on Sunday 25 October. Last entries by midnight Saturday 24 October. Details for how to enter will be announced soon.
Hauser & Wirth resident artists have often taken inspiration from the landscape and nature surrounding Bruton. We would love to see your child’s paintings and drawings that best represent what autumn means to them during a time when it has become so important to look at and understand our environment. We will print and exhibit your photos of the works in our Implement Shed and share through social media. Details for how to enter will be announced soon and we invite everyone aged 12 and under to take part.