We are delighted to be part of the inaugural Green Weekend in the Lambourn Valley!
12.30pm Tour of Reedbed Water Filtration System and Ancient Woodland Sheepdrove Organic Farm
Learn how Sheepdrove’s reed bed wetland filters all the sewage on the farm and operates with no chemicals or machinery, relying entirely on gravity to create a flow of water through a series of different ecological habitats.
Free entry & parking. No booking required. Bring your own picnic. Dogs on leads welcome. Please car share if possible.
3pm Introduction to Natural Burials, Sheepdrove Organic Farm
Learn about how a natural burial ground works and what benefits choosing a natural burial offers your family and the environment.
Free entry & parking. No booking required. Dogs on leads welcome. Please car share if possible.
Please park in the parking area at the Red Barn opposite Sheepdrove Natural Burial Wood on Sheepdrove Road. Please meet at the archway entrance to the Natural Burial Ground.
Address: Sheepdrove Natural Burial Wood, Red Barn, Sheepdrove Road, Lambourn, RG17 7UN
Don’t miss the event on Sunday 30th April at East Garston Village Hall, when there’s a film and supper evening with eminent weather and climate scientist Sir Brian Hoskins, a viewing of David Attenborough’s film A Life on Our Planet AND a two course Mediterranean Supper catered by always delicious Priscilla’s Kitchen.
For more details and a full action packed programme of events, see https://pennypost.org.uk/2023/02/little-green-weekend-in-the-lambourn-valley/
Want to learn how to grow your own food? Rachel Hammond and the edge landscaping team with help from the Sheepdrove team are busy setting