The wine and chat flowed amidst the candle-lit tables, the selection of food was plentiful and delicious and the raffle produced lots of happy winners. A grand total of £320 was also raised – what a tasty way to support the church and Community Space.
The following morning the pleasure continued with a wildflower walk led by Jenny Galton-Fenzi. A surprising variety of wildflowers revealed themselves amongst the roadside verges and hedges – Cat’s Ear, Bastard Balm, Alexanders, Jack by the Hedge and Wild Cabbage were just a few spotted.
After pointing out where the prints of an otter had been spotted at the Triangle Bridge near where she had found a dead salmon, Jenny then warned against touching the poisonous Hemlock Water Dropwort (pictured right) growing there. The walk finished with hot chocolate at the Tally Ho. Thanks Jenny!