May Fair at Foxburrow Farm

Thursday 18th May 2017

Join Suffolk Wildlife Trust for an outdoor mini nature festival on Sunday 21st May from 11am – 4pm

As part of the event Anna Rowe and Karen Louise dance will be premiering ‘The Seedling’ a participatory physical theatre performance and workshop at 12noon in the Star Gazebo. Our Storyteller ‘in residence’ Emma Robinson returns for captivating tales from 1pm. Throughout the day activities on offer include pond dipping, binocular bingo, den building, creative makes, games on the field and nature trails. Parkgate donkeys are offering rides around owl field and a sculpture trail will be on display, demonstrating the creative flair of pupils from Farlingaye High School.

The event aims to offer people a flavour of the activities the Trust offers at Foxburrow Farm throughout the year. Cathy Smith, education officer, said: “Our May Fair offers so much for people to do and so many different ways of exploring the wildlife and countryside, it is a mini nature festival for families”

A pop-up café will be serving delicious homemade cakes and hot drinks and a full line-up of music and folk dance in the yard will add to the festive atmosphere. Visitors will also be able to browse second hand tool, plant and jewellery stalls.

Activities run by the Trust are free (there may be an additional charge for activities run by our visiting attractions). Entrance is £3 for adults and £2 for children.