The live music line up for Taste of Thriplow is in:

Saturday 17 March 2018

11:30 - Different Accents 

12:30 - Claudette Burch

13:30 - Kingston Blues

14:30 - Dodo Bones  

15:30 - The Familiars


Sunday 18 March 2018

11:30 - The Melody Beats

12:30 - Roger Sea

13:30 - Sophie Winter
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14:30 - Kelly and Woolley

15:30 - Special Groove 

Fancy yourself a bit of a soldier? Rawdon's Regiment are coming to Daffodil Weekend!

It is Spring 1643 and England is divided between followers of King Charles I and the Rebel Parliament. Sir Marmaduke Rawdon’s Regiment of Foote has made a daring raid into Parliament Territory and reached Thriplow, just a stone’s-throw away from the City of Cambridge, constituency of a certain Colonel Cromwell.

The soldiers have set up camp in Thriplow while they prepare for war and train their recruits. Come and visit the soldiers and civilians, try on the armour and have a look at the weapons. Watch the Regiment performing Displays of Drill, Musket Firing, and Pike Fighting as they prepare for war.

New recruits are especially welcome, and younger soldiers will have the opportunity to learn how to be a Pikeman in King Charles’ Army. We look forward to seeing you, whether Royalist or Roundhead!

Country Thriplow trophies

Would you like to win on of these lovely trophies at Country Thriplow this year?
Straw bale run, Saturday 17 March 2018
Gundog scurry, Sunday 18th of March 

Gundog scurry,  Sunday 18th of March

Gundog scurry, Sunday 18th of March

Straw bale run,  Saturday 17 March 2018  

Straw bale run, Saturday 17 March 2018

Our nominated charity for 2018

We are delighted to announce our nominated Charity for 2018 is Stars: for young people facing grief.


Everyone will experience bereavement during their life, but for young people, the death of a parent or another important person in their lives can be terrible to deal with.

Young people need time to be listened to and to speak about their fears and hopes for the future, but sometimes that’s difficult when others in the family are coping with their own grief. It can be helpful for young people to have support from someone outside of the family, to enable them to share their thoughts and emotions, which if left unexpressed, can lead to anger, disruptive behaviour and concentration issues at school.

Our counsellors, in Cambridgeshire, can help by listening and encouraging young people to express their painful emotions through creative play and work.