As you have probably expected, sadly we have decided that this year's Wail won't be going ahead. Let's look forward to next year and make the 32nd Wail really special. If you have already booked please let us know if you would like a refund or if you are happy to roll over to 2021. If you would like a refund this will only be available by postal cheque so please contact us so we can arrange it for you.
Join us next year for a new and exciting program 3rd - 5th September 2021.
THANK YOU for all your continued support
Please stay safe and see you next year.
Nikki and The Wail team
We have a large food tent serving home cooked food for the weekend for just £20 per person plus on Saturday evening there's a fancy dress Mediaeval Banquet (included in the ticket price). Vegetarian/Vegan and Allergies catered for.
The Wail has 2 bar tents plus a bar in the food tent, each serving a range of local ales and ciders plus lager, spirits and soft drinks.
What the weekend is about. From Friday afternoon until Sunday afternoon the bars and food marquee are filled with people singing. Quiet songs, loud songs, fast, slow and silly songs, all songs are welcome.
The Wail is held at Oakfield Icelandic Horses
Verwood BH31 6JJ
FIND ON GOOGLE
Follow the map to Oakfield Farm via Manor Road, Church Hill, Margards Lane and Horton Way.
The roads from Verwood and Three Legged Cross will be sign-posted with distinctive black-on-yellow signs with W and an arrow, as shown above. If you go wrong, head for the Monmouth Ash pub and look for signs from there.
Warning: If you are approaching Verwood on the B3081 from the direction the A354, do not follow the directions given by Google Maps and turn right onto Dewlands Road (shortly after The Albion Inn) as this road is very narrow, with deep holes and tight turns. Instead, continue to the roundabout and take the 3rd exit onto Home Farm Road (B3072) which will be signposted for THE WAIL.
If coming by public transport, get to Verwood and ring 07500398678 for a lift.