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St. Theodore's Church
In the UK the harvest festival, also known as the harvest home, is traditionally celebrated on the Sunday nearest the harvest moon. This is the full Moon that occurs closest to the autumn equinox, which is often between 21-23 September.
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St. Theodore's Church, High St, Kenfig Hill, Bridgend CF33, UK
About the Event
At their most lavish the meal would brim with several meats, vegetables, puddings, tarts and ale, and would be accompanied by singing, drinking games and much reverie. One Shropshire tradition in the early 19th century was the arrival of the ‘Old Sow’ – two men dressed in sacks that were filled with prickly furze cuttings which barbed anyone they approached. That just left the gleaning, the act of collecting any leftover crops in the field which was carried out by the farm women. All of which was to be conducted by St Michael’s Mass on the 29th September, the signifier for the end of harvest.
Beef Casserole served with rice and a panache of vegetables
Chicken and Leek Casserole served with rice and a panache of vegetables
Apple Crumble served with custard and cream
Freshly brewed coffee or tea with mints