The Carhampton Wassail Song - This takes place every January.
Old apple tree, we wassail thee, And hoping thou wilt bear
For the Lord doth know where we shall be Till apples come another year.
For to bear well, and to bloom well So merry let us be,
Let every man take off his hat,
And shout to the old apple tree!
Old apple tree, we wassail thee,
And hoping thou wilt bear
Hatfuls, capfuls and three bushel bagsful
And a little heap under the stairs,
Hip, Hip, Hooray!