Sunday, December 14, 2014
A thousand lights to chase the darkness - Solstice celebration at the Landmark Garden Deal
We want to celebrate the close of our second year at the Landmark Garden with a special ‘Seedy Saturday’.
The idea of is flood the garden with lights – both candle and solar powered – and come together with music, mulled wine and winter treats to celebrate the winter solstice on Sunday.
We have local performers singing tradition English winter songs, The Sunshine Ukes to get us singing, story tellers, poetry as well as an interesting array of local treats to sample: such as mulled elderberry punch, roasted Cobb nuts and Chestnuts, fresh oysters with roman dressing, Georgian oyster loaves and some medieval gingerbread. All local or foraged food flavoured with herbs from our garden.
There will be a few stalls from Chocolution and the 'Wild Kitchen' with Lucia Stuart
Please bring a jar with a tea light, dress warm and help us chase the darkness for another year!
We would welcome any donation of jars, teas lights - please drop a line to firstname.lastname@example.org or see us any Saturday morning at the Landmark Garden.