Groundswell – The Regenerative Agriculture Show and Conference was founded by the Cherry family on their mixed farm in Weston, Hertfordshire. John and Paul Cherry have farmed for over thirty years, converting to a no-till system in 2010.
John Cherry will be coming to speaking about his farming and Groundswell and how his Christian faith has influenced his decisions in this area over the years.
There will be locally sourced refreshments and lots of stalls celebrating products that do their best to reduce the impact of climate change.
Baldock Country Market where we make it ourselves, grow it ourselves or bake it ourselves will be back at the Victoria Public House in Sun Street on Fridays. We look forward to seeing you all at 9.00am. Don’t forget we also have free-range eggs and apple juice and lots of fresh vegetables as well as many crafted items. The coffee bar will be serving teas and coffees including lattes and cappuccinos.
Baldock Street Fair is one of the must-attend days in the Calendar, with stalls and free shows down the High Street and around town.
Baldock High Street
- Craft and Charity Stalls – Local Charity and Craft stalls will line the High Street.
- Medieval Combat Society is back to educate us in Medieval warfare and to entertain us with their battles. Which knight will you support? Make sure you try the armour and weapons.
- ‘Tricky Micky’ is back again with five 30-minute performances including Punch and Judy. Shows starting at 10.30.
- Fairground rides – James Harris will again be bringing his fairground rides to delight the children.
- Morris Dancing Day of Dance will take place outside The White Lion and other venues around the town. These traditional Morris sides and other groups from all over the east of England will bring music, dance, fun and colour to add to the fantastic atmosphere of the Street Fair. Starting at The White Lion at 10.30.
- Local schools will be showcasing their choirs, dancing and music.
- Solar Viewing with Letchworth and District Astronomical Society (LDAS) (see below).
Don’t forget to visit the Community Centre for Country Market, weaving by Liliane Boutique and children’s craft activities in the main hall, a zoo from Exotic explorers https://exoticexplorers.co.uk/ in the youth wing and teas and coffees.
Display of eco gardens in a seed tray or shallow container. Prizes for the most eco-friendly features in one display. Come along and vote for your favourite garden! More information and entry forms from email@example.com
This event, organised by Baldock Rotary Club, gives you another chance to look around some of Baldock’s hidden gardens large and small. Details of the gardens open to you and a map will be provided when you buy your ticket. A minibus will operate to and from Baldock Community Centre to gardens on a requested basis. Refreshments available in the youth wing of the Baldock Community Centre (between 2.00pm and 4.00pm) . All proceeds from this event will go to the charitable causes that Rotary is supporting throughout the year.
Baldock Country Market where we make it ourselves, grow it ourselves or bake it ourselves will be back at the Victoria Public House in Sun Street on Fridays. We look forward to seeing you all at 9.00am. Don’t forget we also have free-range eggs and apple juice and lots of fresh vegetables as well as many crafted items. The coffee bar will be open serving teas and coffees including lattes and cappuccinos.