This week Families Go Wild will be at the London Harvest Festival at the Woodlands Farm Trust.
Celebrate London's outdoor heritage at the 20th London Harvest Festival
All Welcome - Free Entry. Donations Welcome.
• Animal shows with donkeys, goats, cows, sheep, chickens,
ducks, geese and small furries.
• Huge horticultural display with London produce from
miniature gardens to homemade honey to giant pumpkins.
• Live cooking & food workshops.
• Traditional children’s games.
• Farm craft activities from spinning to apple juicing to
creating your own metalwork in the forge.
• Delicious local food and drink.
• Stunning 89-acre working city farm and ancient woodland.
Find us on Twitter: @LDNfarmgarden #LondonHarvestFestival
Apple Day is an annual celebration of both the diversity of Britain's 2000 apple varieties and local distinctiveness in general. A fun family day with tea, cakes, apple tasting, music, poetry, the longest peel competition, apple pressing, Lutfun's delicious apple chutney and more.
Times: TBC October 21st, 2018
Sheep & Wool Fayre is a fun rural-style event celebrating all things woolly. The day includes sheep shearing demonstrations, craft stalls, and have-a-go activities for all ages; spinning, weaving, knitting, dyeing, and felt making. This event is an Open Farm Sunday event
For more information, or to get involved:
An international event that showcases how plants are essential to the food, pharma, fuels, and fibres integral to our daily lives and a sustainable environment. This year's theme will be the 'Power of Plants'. Previous days at the Farm have hosted plant scientists, herbalists, The Vegetarian Society, and other interesting people that are interested in plants.
For more information or to get involved:
Goat Race 2018!
Coinciding with the Oxford & Cambridge Boat Race, two goats (one representing Oxford and one representing Cambridge) go head to head - just a stone's throw from the Thames, at Spitalfields City Farm.
Potatoes are versatile little things with a whole heap of qualities locked into their flesh and skins, this is why they have become closely attached to Britain’s culture and still stand as a nationwide favourite today. Love-a-Spud Day is an annual celebration designed to encourage the nation to come together in appreciation for the humble spud.
Come for potato-themed activities, and of course, fantastic organic seed potatoes for this year's burgeoning garden!