Dig In held its first Harvest Celebration last Saturday. Despite a cool and damp day weatherwise there was plenty going on to keep all ages entertained.
The rain wasn't a problem as the pumpkin carving took place in Tracey's tent, the glass painting under a gazebo, the face painting in another gazebo and the most popular area with all ages was the polytunnel where there was plenty of harvest home baking to be enjoyed. The homemade soups were very popular and the Bombay potatoes really warmed things up! Pumpkin based cosmetics were on offer along with chutneys and recipe books for those with culinary interests.
Those wondering what variety of apple tree to plant in their garden were treated to a huge selection of different apples to sample to aid their selection process.
Great prizes were won on the Tombola and everyone seemed to enjoy their Harvest day with pumpkin works of art being gingerly carried home by the children artists.
The weather might try, but it never spoils a Dig In event!
Thanks to all those who came to make the event such a success. In total, we had 72 people, comprising 37 adults and 35 children, plus our team of hardy volunteers who made it all possible.
Photo images © Sharon Pickering and Chris Davis
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