This weekend Christine and I went to two really enjoyable summer events. Yesterday was the Bayford Musical Gardens with over 20 gardens open to the public and five bands playing in the village. We met many people as we walked round and had a very good tea and cakes at Warren House, where we were able to look out over the lake whilst listening to a steel band, playing the tune to Test Match Special. The Manor House Garden and Bayford House attracted many visitors and by 3pm the Round House had received 1900 visitors. We are well and truly into the Summer Season of Fetes, Fayres and Open events now. On Saturday we were in Weston for Harriet Kelsall’s Open Day at her jewellery studios. This is one of the most successful local businesses employing 30 people and making individually designed pieces of the highest quality. Last weekend we thoroughly enjoyed the Watton at Stone May Fayre. This is one of the best Church Fayres on the Glebe Field below the flint church flying St George’s flag.
The photograph shows me at Warren House with owner Mrs Hudson.