Mother’s Day Posy and cancelled classes

Mother’s Day Posy and cancelled classes

Hi all, In response to further coronovirus guidelines we have taken the decision to cancel all our workshops, talks and visits in April. Obviously we are disappointed to have to cancel classes before we’d even got started but the advice around social distancing and...
February Newsletter

February Newsletter

February can be a difficult month, when it seems if it has been a long and dreary winter. On a positive note, the days are starting to lengthen, and it’s a great time to plan the gardening year – both practically in the garden, and by ordering the seeds and...
December newsletter

December newsletter

We tend to wait until after my birthday in November before we start thinking about Christmas. So now that is out of the way I am definitely focusing on the festive period! To get things started we have held our first (sold out!) two wreath-making workshops in the...
Fruit, berries and pies

Fruit, berries and pies

This year the fruit in the garden is wonderful – at least there’s one advantage to all the rain we’ve had! The apples and crab apples have been prolific on the fruit trees in our mini-orchard, and the late raspberries and blackberries (which grow wild in the hedge)...
Plants for Bees

Plants for Bees

SEPTEMBER 2019 NEWSLETTER August was a busy month here at Fieldcrest with plenty to do in the garden and of course our “Baking with herbs” class. We were fully booked and had a great mix of attendees who were a pleasure to have with us and hopefully learnt a lot!...
Beautiful Butterflies

Beautiful Butterflies

July has been a busy month here at Fieldcrest and August looks as if it is going the same way – I won’t even mention the weather!! August Update. We had a great time with the ‘Flowers for the home’ day and it was fantastic to see how lovely everyone’s vase...