Tickets for Harvest events are available from the links on this page
Join us to celebrate harvest with several new events for 2022.
(Entry to the Cathedral is free on Saturday 8 October)
The main Nave will be filled with spectacular floral displays by Ely Cathedral Flower Guild, and food and farming displays. There will be a harvest produce sale at the west end and, in association with the National Farmers’ Union, we are inviting members of the public to share messages of support with farmers at home and in Ukraine.
In the Lady Chapel
Friday 7 October, 6.30pm
Join us for hearty, homemade food at our Harvest Supper, with entertainment from the Boy Choristers of Ely Cathedral.
Tickets: SOLD OUT!
Saturday 8 October, 9.30am, 10.45am, 12.30pm
Octagon Tower Tours
Saturday 8 October, 11am & 12pm
West Tower Tours
Saturday 8 October, 10am - 3pm
Ely Creative Community Food Fair
Organised by Ely Community Lunches, the fair is free and welcomes people of all ages and abilities. There will be demonstrations, stalls and resources sharing innovative and traditional cooking skills, and new ways of purchasing seasonal, low-cost and nutritious food on a budget, as we experience the potential impacts of the new financial environment.
Saturday 8 October, 7 - 11pm
Harvest Festival Ceilidh
Celebrate the Harvest, with live music by Frog on a Bike.
Tickets: SOLD OUT!
Also on Saturday 8 October, 10am - 4pm
Visit Ely's 'Apple & Harvest Fayre'
on Place Green (opposite the Cathedral)
Now in its 21st year, this eclectic autumn fayre celebrates the great British Apple and the Harvest. Watergull Orchards will be in attendance with their juices and apples, there will be competitions, apple and spoon races, the chance to identify your apple, create crafts, browse the stalls and more.
Harvest Festival Worship
Sunday 9 October, 10.30am
Harvest Festival Eucharist
Preacher: Canon Jessica Martin - The Bread of Life
Sunday 9 October, 4pm
Family Harvest Prayer and Praise
A service of praise especially for families to worship together, exploring thankfulness, care for the earth, and care for each other as God’s family.