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Any cushion will be received with gratitude, it is intended 7000 will be given out, so far 3000 have been pledged. Cushions need to be approximately 16" square and can be sent unstuffed to Woolsack.
We seemed to have a steady supply of interest folk today, people took patterns for cushions and seemed enthusiastic to have a go. It was a lovely day for the show and it was busy. We were based in 'Severn Hall' where the finalists of 'The Young Farmers Cookery Competition' was held, it smelled absolutely heavenly, especially to someone on a
Here is the 'Woolsack' stand:
The setting is beautiful, with the backdrop of The Malvern Hills the show ground is enormous.
I would have like to view the show without the crowds as there were lots of animals to see. There were events right outside the hall in the Arena involving Galloping Horses towing people behind on Skateboard type contraptions, it looked far too dangerous to me and it was too fast to photograph after whiskey!
I saw a great net frame that would cover my vegetable beds, it wouldn't have fit in the car though and it is too late as my Chicken Babies have already scritched and scratched around my 'Winter Vegetables', they have done untold damage to my leeks! It is a good job I love them. I did get delusions of grandeur when I spotted a great new chicken coop too. I will have to add Woodwork to my list of skills to learn!!! The coop wouldn't fit in the car either.