Monday, 19 July 2010

Tatton Park RHS Show

The show starts on Wednesday and we are just hoping for good weather, although we desperately need rain in Cumbria as we are suffering a hosepipe ban at the moment. It rained a lot on Sunday and looks like doing the same today. We will be loading all of our willow stuff into the van and car today, dodging the rain and getting ready to finish setting up our stand. Hope that the gazebo is still standing and that the tent that we pitched on the campsite has not collapsed or been raided by kids.
We will be demonstration willow scupture (animals and birds) and Steve will be making some baskets.
The picture is of our display at Tullie House Museum Open Gardens event, not even a month ago but the weather was lovely, bright and sunny.
Anyone coming to Tatton be sure to bring wellies, raincoat and plenty of food as the food prices at the show are quite expensive. There is a lot to see, there seems to be a big emphasis on vegetables and herbs this year from what we have noticed from walking through the showground to our stand.
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