Saturday October 11 2014. Framlingham fourth annual Sausagefest.
With the sun shinning all day the fourth Sausagefest drew the largest crowds to date with over 5,000 visitors taking part in and around the town where more than a dozen pork producers were vying for their vote. Situated in the United Reformed Church Hall Ladies in Pigs had a very busy day explaining the importance of buying British pork from a local butcher, handing outmany leaflets and cooking various taster recipes.
Susannah, Katherine, Susie and Brenda attended.
Sunday October 12 2014.
Suffolk Harvest Festival and Farmers Market, Angel Hill, Bury St Edmunds.
The NFU invited us to have a table in the Crypt at Bury St Edmunds Cathedral(see attached picture). Again we had blue skies and the sun shinning all day.The Farmers Market was held on Angel Hill opposite the Cathedral. Throughout the day we took balloons, The Pig Issue and many leaflets handing them out to visitors. We had an excellent feed back on the information given and the children enjoyed the balloons and The Pig Issue. In the afternoon every one attended the Harvest Festival Service, held in the Cathedral, which was decoratedwith flowers and produce and over twenty combine harvesters made by Suffolk school children.During the service which was addressed by BBC Radio Four's Anna Hill. The Suffolk Agricultural Association's long service awards were presented to those who have devoted many years to the farming industry in recognition of their dedication and hard work. Susannah, her daughters Chloe and Molly-Anne and Brenda attended the day.
In all we had two exceptional show days, excellent weather and a very good foot fall!