The Festival Tea Rooms are also closed. When open, we work with amazing local cooks and suppliers and specialise in offering teas, cakes and pastries that are made with ingredients from local suppliers and the local landscape – which is also home to the birdlife that we are celebrating.
Whilst the Tea Rooms are closed, we want to celebrate and promote local foods and home growing – and bird-watching. There are many local cooks, chefs, community groups, small businesses and sole traders who are rapidly adapting and re-shaping their actions and activities to provide community support and resilience. It also feels like an important time for home growing, community agriculture and re-localised food supply chains.
These are the seeds of change and the seeds of survival – so we have re-purposed the Tea Rooms section of the website to support collaboration and help celebrate the new Green Shoots of Suffolk and beyond.
If you would like to explore the farm’s beautiful little Woodland Nature Walk, Bluebell Walk and Meadow Walk, or the Festival’s Rebirding Projects, you can find photo-trails and video recordings on the Festival’s instagram account.
With very best wishes from the Festival Team – all now home-working.
Stay Safe – Stay Well.