The Family Meadow is the place to head for fun and games over the Festival weekend. This year will be bigger and better than ever.
We would like to thank Dr Colin Fink and the Directors of Micropathology for making this years Family Meadow possible.
Grow Cook Eat
Cultivating a love of community, nature, growing, cooking & eating in young people in Suffolk, Grow Cook Eat will be hosting classes for young people on the hour, every hour, for 30 minutes. Just drop by and join in!
Food Stories by The Food Museum
‘Food Stories’ celebrates East Anglian recipes, cooking, farming techniques and dialect words that have been passed down through generations. The centrepiece of the exhibition will be a farm kitchen table featuring local recipes, photos, sound recordings and objects from our collection.
Ride-on Farm Machinery from the Suffolk Agricultural Association
Young ones of all ages will get to play and explore miniature farm machinery on a large lawned area, surrounded by hay bales. It’s set to be a lot of fun.
There is much more yet to be announced in this area.
Join in or just sit and enjoy some food-based music making; attend cookery classes; learn how to make lobster pots, and much more