Archive for May, 2012

May 13th, 2012

The Big Spring Picnic Table

With the weather clearing, work on the Big Spring Picnic table has swung into action. At 100m long, we think it may be the longest oak table in the world – and a fitting tribute to the amazing range of local producers and foods in the beautiful Alde Valley .. still superstore free from the […]

May 13th, 2012

Festival Settle 2012

A new settle by Jim Parsons has arrived at the farm. Made of Great Glemham oak and Suffolk ash, it has been made specially for this year’s Spring Festival exhibition. It follows on from the first settle made for Festival 2011 – now in the new Maggie’s Centre in Glasgow. This year’s Festival Settle is […]

May 13th, 2012

Brian Taylor’s Bull

In addition to the farm nature walks and Stuart Anderson’s beautiful bronze Arabella, a new outdoor work has arrived for the 2012 Spring Festival : a life size sculpture of a bull by Brian Taylor. The sculpture arrived at the start of the Festival on a flatbed trailer and has a temporary home among veteran […]

May 13th, 2012

Three Weeks of Rain

This must be the wettest Spring Festival and Exhibition that we have had since starting 8 years ago. Amid the storms, several trees have fallen down on the farm and the front drive has at times looked more like a stream. The meadows by the river have been inundated twice in the past weeks. But […]

May 13th, 2012

New Paintings by Jelly Green

The Old Dairy room in the farm yard has been the temporary home to a series of oil paintings by Jelly Green of dairy cows and calves at Rendham Hall dairy a few miles upstream of Great Glemham. After a sell-out launch three new paintings arrived this week to join the works in the Festival […]

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