News from Wyken
Mary Woodin Exhibition
Our new exhibition is up in the Café showing the work of Suffolk based artist Mary Woodin.
These watercolour paintings are from her book ‘Drawn To The Country’ which is on sale in our book room.
Her beautiful illustrations capture a selection of moments in her farmhouse garden and beyond which record the beauty in the everyday as the seasons pass.
Our Gardens are now open for the season.
Everyday 2-6pm except Saturday. Entry is £5 per person (children free). You can pick up your ticket in the shop on your way in.
Vineyard – Frost alert
We have left canes pointing upwards in the vineyard, where they will remain until the danger of frost has passed. This will increase the vines’ tendency to burst bud at the end of the canes (which delays budburst for the other buds along the cane). Even if there is a severe frost, because they are further from the ground than they would be tied horizontally to a cold steel wire, the temperature is likely to be a couple of degrees warmer up there, hopefully preventing any frost damage. Fingers crossed.
Farmers’ Market – Old Hall Farm
Have you ever tried milk direct from goddesses? Well every second and forth week of the month, wonderful Tom from Old Hall Farm milks Hera, Juno, Freya, Maya, and rushes to market to deliver fresh raw milk and dairy. It is advisable to order…
Sign up with your email address to receive the latest news and updates from Wyken