This is the sixth Trumpington Seedy Sunday event and is a chance to do more than just swap seeds. There will also be a preview of the new film, “seeds of justice from the Gaia Foundation, A talk about seed saving and a stalls from both Thomas Etty heritage seed merchant and the Heritage seed library as well as Transition Cambridge, and Trumpington Community Orchard.
I will be sharing a stall selling my beeswax handcream with a local soap maker.
The local WI will be selling cakes as well as teas & coffees. Julie-Ann will be doing children’s activities.
This is after Brighton, one of the biggest Seedy Sunday events in the country. We hope in the future to get more people actively saving seeds for the event as well as educating people as to why open pollinated varieties are important.