November Highlights

Hi!

Welcome to another blog post – sorry I’ve been quiet of recent but we’ve been very busy at the farm. Two of my highlights from this month are…

We hosted a Christmas Craft Fair where the public were invited to the farm to browse an array of craft stalls selling perfect Christmas gifts and decorations. We were joined by Rusty Creations with their clever metal artwork made from old horse shoes. Point North Paper Cuttings came all the way from Huddersfield, West Yorkshire to have a stall; selling beautiful, intricate paper cutting artwork. Sugar Pines were making fresh Christmas Wreaths and Soap for a Rose was selling homemade soaps that smelled divine! Freshly cooked pizza was on offer, which was very tempting! But I behaved myself and didn’t try to pinch a slice. To top all that off, Tipple on Tow were offering warm festive beverages such as mulled wine. It was a great day and raised £200 for the farm which we are all super grateful for. The event was organised by one of the stall holders Nanny&Me and was featured in The Gazette! Although I’m a little annoyed that Minstel stole the limelight and I didn’t even get a mention…

Gazette Article

 

This month has also seen the start of Forest School Sessions which are hosted by Little Robins and held here at the farm. They are on Wednesday and Friday mornings on a fortnightly basis from 10:30am – 12:00pm. Sessions cost £6 per child or £11 for two children. Activities include mud kitchens, potion-making, mini beast-hunting, den building and more! For more information on this please contact the farm.

Well that’s all from me for now, but make sure you check my blog in December to hear my festive message!


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