Seedy Sunday is back yet on Saturday 1st February and this year it is at Glastonbury Town Hall!
Bring yourself and your saved seeds to the daytime event.
- Seed exchange.
- Grafting and gardening demonstrations.
- Stalls with local producers, growers, makers.
- Positive and inspiring films.
- Family friendly activities area.
- Plus cake in Three Cheetahs Vegan Cafe.
We’ll be having a film screening of ‘The Need To Grow’ a truly inspirational film. ‘The Need To Grow’ offers an intimate look into the hearts of activists and innovators in the food movement. The showing will be in the little hall between 4 and 6pm with a suggested £1 entry.
Then in the evening we’ll be having a Community Cèilidh doors open at 7pm
With music from Windy Benedicts
…including Gerry Barnet from Ushti Babba
n Ross Child n Lela Mai from Invisible Gem
….Caller for the dance Joe Medlar
Then a DJ to carry us on into the night.
Plus food and a bar!
Tickets for the evening are £5 from Blue Cedar on Silver Street, Glastonbury or on the door.
All money raised will go towards the bridge from the Community Garden to Bride’s and also, very excitingly, an edible Forest Garden on Bride’s Mound!!
If you are interested in having a stall at the event please contact firstname.lastname@example.org