Wildlife, Wool & Washing
Posted by Boundary Community Launderette on 12/05/2011
We’ve searched high and low for events this weekend, but there’s a definite lull in free things to do locally. Don’t forget that there are links to loads of local places of interest on the right of this page, so we’re sure you’ll find something to do after you’ve done the laundry or dropped it off for a service wash. We’d like to apologise for missing out the Brick Lane Mela from last weekend’s blog, we’re gutted not to have told people about it and we won’t do it again!
On Saturday 14th May from 10.30am to 12.30pm at Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park, the Bow Beasties Wildlife Watch Club meets for children aged 4 to 14. This is a great club where children can learn all about the wildlife on our doorstep in the wonderful surroundings of the Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park, a woodland oasis in the middle of Tower Hamlets. For full details check out their website.
On Sunday 15th May Spitalfields Farm is holdings its annual Sheep and Wool Fair. To celebrate the time of the year that sheep are shorn, why not pop down to Spitalfields City Farm to get a taste of country living on our doorstep. There will be sheep shearing demonstrations, you can have a go at hand spinning, weaving, knitting, and felt making. There will also be the Spitalfields annual sheep race, guess the weight of the fleece competition and many other stalls, plus refreshments and live music. See their website for more info.
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