Not long until this year’s Estate Fayre and
National Garden Scheme Open Garden
and we have a great day lined up.
Sunday 20th May 2018
The event runs from 11am to 4pm, access via the A40 entrance (NP8 1SH post code).
Entry is £6.50, 12 and under free
Joining us from the Estate are:-
Gallops & Rivers: Architectural Salvage
Russell Wood: Vintage and Antiques
Amanda & Matt Caines: Multi disciplined artists who collaborate
Joining us for the first time this year are:-
Byrgwm Products: Wood and slate gifts
Claire Vaughan Designs Ltd: Artist and homewares
Custard and Rhubarb: Welsh homewares
Drop the Weasel: Gifts, cards and homewares
Hayley Hanson Hide: Luxury leather goods
Louise Collis: Artist
Jo Hughes Weaver: Wool weaver
Mugly: Screen-printed mugs from Hay on Wye
Peter Hughes: Woodturner
Pistachio Provenance: Pistachios with provenance
Quick Brown Dog: Artist
Samantha Brown Gardens / The Galium Garden: Garden designer and plantswoman
The Little Welsh Chocolate Company: Welsh Chocolate
Returning this year are:-
Beatrice and Maud: Homewares, furniture and interiors
Bezzers Biscuits: Dog Treats
Grandma Bees Natural Skincare: Bee products
Miranda Bowen Animal Portraits & Lili Wen textiles: Artist, gifts and interiors
Myddfai Trading Company: Luxury Welsh Toiletries
The Preservation Society: Jams, pickles, sirops and Simon Mayo’s favourite Jalapeño Peppers
Woodee Limited: Firepits and fireside accessories
There will be talks and book signings in the Stretch Tent:-
Terry Walton BBC Radio 2’s Allotment Guru and author of The Allotment Almanac and My Life on a Hillside Allotment
Barefoot runner, local gardener, author and columnist Lynne Allbutt
64 Zoo Lane creator An Vrombaut will be story telling with her bubbly dragon and crafting with Georgina the Giraffe
Ruth Wignall will be bringing sunshine and smiles.
To entertain us in the garden will be:-
Bagpiper in South Wales John Campbell who treated us to some impressive bagpipe tunes last year.
Don’t Tell Johnny a local folky band will be doing a few of their songs.
There will be ‘Pay as you Go’ Archery Sessions with the Hereford Company of Bowmen.
Meanwhile in the Church Kevin Dunster will be playing the Organ at various times during the day.
Food and Drink
They will be joined by Little Dragon Pizza Van and The Welsh Venison Centre, as well as our very popular family run Tea Tent with cakes kindly donated by locals, so if you would like to donate a cake please do let us know.
Tables and benches are kindly provided by AJ of Bespoke Wood and Hire.
All stands will be under cover.
Dogs to be kept on leads at all times and owners must pick up their mess.