I abandoned my stall to take pictures as much as I could but it was a busy day so there was much more that escaped my camera!
There was so much to see and do here is just a taster:
Well lets start with taste and the most delicious food from Tastebox. Cate prepares a selection of delicious homecooked meals which are packaged, frozen and delivered to your door, ready for you to pop in the oven or microwave. Wonderful food using locally sourced ingredients (apart from the fish seems as we are rather landlocked in Bedfordshire!) which are nutritious and healthy. Have a look at her website to see the full range of meals available.
This gorgeous button heart is made by Julie at Pretty Different where she enjoys 'twiddling about with lavender' and produces some lovely decorative items including toleware in the traditional canal boat painting style.
The tractor was busy all day taking cartloads of people across the field behind us to see what they could see.
Some of the little feathered ones watching the days events.
We had sunshine by the bucket load!
And lots of lovely goodies to eat and drink (there was Pimms and it looked fab but alas I didn't get there to sample a glassful)
A chance to brush up on your archery skills.
All accompanied by music.
It was a thoroughly British day out with bunting waving in the breeze and
the most fragrant strawberries!