Tuesday, April 14, 2015

PICTURES FROM THE 'WILD SIDE'

The gardens at the Cater Museum in Billericay played host to a bevy of wild creatures on Saturday.  Little ladybirds with lovely names such as Poppy and Daisy made clever masks and others learnt how to create their own 'critters' via the ancient art of French knitting.

Lots of fun and a chance to learn some almost forgotten handicrafts. Loved James and Sheila Rushbrook, supersonic Oregon Cottage bee-keepers, the Mayflower Morrismen, Mrs A of the  Essex Badger Protection Group  and, of course, those experts in wildlife,  members of the Norsey Wood Society.
 

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