After the launch in 2013, Stanton Woodland & Wildlife Action Group is looking forward to another successful event on Sunday 27th April 2104, Celebrating Gardening and Country Crafts at Wyken Hall.
Front Meadow and Wyken Hall
With the kind support of Sir Kenneth and Lady Carlisle, who have once again offered the gardens at Wyken Hall as a beautiful setting for craft stalls and demonstrations, we are excited to announce the second ”Celebrating Gardening and Country Crafts” event.
The pond and the East Terrace at Wyken Hall
Sir Kenneth and Lady Carlisle, owners of Wyken Vineyards, have been strong supporters of SWWAG since its formation and have generously provided the venue for our fund-raising events for the past eight years. The restaurant at Wyken Vineyards, “The Leaping Hare”, and the Country Store will be open as usual on the day of the event, as will the walk through an area of ancient woodland.
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Wyken Hall and Vineyards is signposted off the A143 between Bury St. Edmunds and Diss, and there is ample free parking. Admission £2, children free. The Celebrating Gardening and Country Crafts event is organised by Stanton Woodland & Wildlife Action Group (SWWAG).
If you would like to learn more about this event please contact us at email@example.com or 01359 259 646.
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