Meet Our Friends
Garlic Wood Events could not be where we are today without the tremendous support and encouragement from our community of enthusiasts for high quality, ethically sourced food and entertaining. By working together we can help you create the event you desire, without compromising your ethics.
People often ask us for recommendations for local sustainable suppliers, and so we’d like to introduce you to a few of our partners and friends.
Things to eat and drink:
The home of Hopfest, and so much more. The brewery is based in Partridge Green, West Sussex.
The place to go for free-range, grass-fed and ethical meat from farmers working in harmony with the natural environment.
A range of hand made wooden bars available to rent out for weddings, birthdays, office drinks, and parties.
World class sparkling wine from pioneers Ridgeview, who have been producing from the picturesque South Downs for over 20 years.
Beautiful horseboxes that have been lovingly restored and converted into stunning event bars.
Places to go:
Set high on the South Downs and completely shielded by woodland, the stunning Cissbury Barns has been transformed into a unique and stylish wedding and events venue.
One of the largest rewilding projects in lowland Europe. There you can encounter herds of wild ponies, cattle, deer and pigs as they roam 3,500 acres of Sussex.
A 42 acre woodland wildlife estate in West Sussex.
Things to do:
Food events to rock your world.
Promoting events throughout the Horsham District.
The UK’s most spectacular medieval and jousting festival.
People you need:
Fun and quirky wedding and family photographer based in Sussex.
All of our family, friends, farmers, growers, foragers and suppliers have generously helped, advised and supported us through countless events and commissions. If you are looking for something wholesome in Sussex, it’s worth getting in touch, even if we have not listed a contact here.
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