Where to find us this year - 2016
Plenty of fun things in the pipeline, shows and demonstrations across the country.
If you are planning building an outdoor kitchen this year, follow my blog with regular updates on our own building project. Ours is small, uncomplicated and rustic. At various events I will be presenting a workshop on "designing you own outdoor kitchen", You will find the dates and places here.
Green Scythe fair - Thorney lakes Muchelney
Sunday 12th June 2016
Thorney Lakes are Nr Langport in Somerset. The Green Scythe Fair lasts all week end. Those who wish to participate in scything competitions and lessons, come on Saturday 11th as well as Sunday.
We camped in the camp site at the venue and I was kept awake all night by an Nightingale. Bliss, I forgot to notice the hard ground. Camping site
On Sunday the Green Craft Market will be in full swing with live local musicians, lots of dancing in the sun, Myriad eco stalls and the outdoor kitchen giving regular demos throughout the day. £5 entry and children free and they love it. With piles of freshly cut grass to play in, a sand pit, and a repeat of last years fabulous weather what more could they want.
Gardens in the Wild - meadow management week end
Saturday 2nd July
At Birches Farm on 2-3rd july there will be a grand Gardens in the Wild event focussing on ancient meadows/grassland management. Bring your scythe and come and join the fun, plenty of different edibles and wise words. The outdoor kitchen will be there on Saturday 2nd with a fully stocked stall and something bubbling in the pot
Humble by nature Big Day out
Sunday July 3th 2016 The Big Day Out
In July, we will be heading south into Monmouthshire to take part in this great sounding day of music, craft, fun for children, farm experience and outdoor cooking.
Plenty of food stalls and a whole bushcraft area where we will be cooking with children, story telling, local produce, farm animals and of course an opportunity to buy some of the great enamel Kotlich kit.
Each year Humble Farm tries something new. They are the first small farm to use hydropnics. Come and see how it all works.