Archive for 11/09/2016


Festival today!

Come and see tractors, steam engines, listen to Aylsham Band and watch children making tractors, their own bread and butter, sowing seeds and looking for worms! Grab a cuppa and cake and sit in the churchyard.

Haveringland Harvest Festival today 2.30-5pm at St. Peter’s Church, Haveringland, just off Haveringland Road between Cawston and Felthorpe, Norfolk, about 10 miles north of Norwich.

Old School Gardener

 

Amazing wooden tractor- but will it travel?

Amazing wooden tractor- but will it travel?

We love visiting community gardens whenever we can find one to explore. We like to see what they are trying to do and particularly how gardening is involved in their client activities. We were delighted to find one open under the auspices of the National Garden Scheme not far away just over the Welsh border […]

via Ponthafren – an amazing community garden. — greenbenchramblings

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