An opportunity for parishioners, family and friends to take a delightful guided stroll along farm paths not normally open to the public - and opportunities (weather permitting) to see thousands of bluebells and impressive Early Purple orchids.
Farm owner Susan Shone will also provide afternoon tea back at Bolinge Hill farmhouse where visitors will be able to wander around the gardens.
This event is for parishioners and families only.
Please meet at the farmhouse for a 2pm start (and please wear sensible footwear as some of the farm tracks are likely to be muddy and wet).
Dogs are welcome on the walk - as long as they are kept on leads - but not in the garden for tea.
This event is free-of-charge - with an opportunity to make donations to the Home Farm Trust, a national charity providing services for people with learning disabilities
The delicious (and very popular) Home Farm Trust apple juice will be on sale again.
If you are not already on Susan’s mailing list for her scrumptious local beef, there will be an opportunity after the Bluebell Walk to register your interest in ordering beef which will be available around the end of the year. Or simply contact Susan at any time to add your details to her circulation list: phone 01730 264207 or 07977 224468 or by sending an email to: email@example.com