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GreenDreams community foods and greenspaces festival
Sunday 30th September
Field Place Manor House & Barns
10:30am to 4pm
The beautiful, Green Flag award winning grounds of Field Place Manor House & Barns
are once again to play host to the annual GreenDreams community food and greenspaces festival, returning for its 3rd year on Sunday 30th September and welcoming back our friends from East Clayton Farm
The festival offers something different as the event is designed and led by community based groups and organisations, bringing together a wide variety of community and social enterprise groups involved in small-scale local food projects and greenspace initiatives from both Adur and Worthing.
This is a brilliant opportunity to find out what’s going on in your local community and how you could get involved with lots of different local groups.
Head of the board supporting the festival, Jerry Le Seur, said: “We are so pleased to be helping to get this festival up and running again and are really pleased that that it has become a yearly attraction for the town; it really does showcase some of the very best local talent from around the Worthing and Adur areas
From stalls offering heaps of locally grown food and produce for you to try and buy, to lots of fun and exciting workshops and activities for all the family and so much more, there’s something for everyone and entry is free. There will be fun workshops happening throughout the day, including magician workshops with Tony Charles, Food workshops with Vice Puddings, greenspace workshops macramé keyring making, community arts groups and so much more.
Customers are welcome along between 10:30am and 4pm where they are invited to get involved. They will be able to get a taste of locally produced foods, drinks, crafts and more, as well as partaking in all the fun activities. Various local groups will be providing entertainment throughout the day and the Singing Chef, John Nulty, will be performing too.
With rides and face painting as well as the model trains running for the children, and not forgetting locally produced beers, ciders and wines for the adults, you won’t be disappointed, so see you there.
Worthing’s first local community foods and greenspaces festival returns for 2018.