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Sunday 2nd September 2012
from 11am to 4pm
Join the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust and local volunteers for a fun filled day of activities for all ages at Stirley Community Farm.
Find out about the farm’s blooming meadows, flourishing veg garden and growing herd of Beef Shorthorn cattle. There will be games, local food, a special film screening and a glimpse at how people grew food in the past.
Some local groups can participate in the event – please get in touch if you’d like to find out more.
Join the fun in the Stirley fields, below Ashes Lane, which will be clearly marked with directions on the day.
Wheelchair users and people with limited mobility please contact the organiser in advance.
Yorkshire Wildlife Trust
Tel: 01904 659570
I'm Diane Sims, the Co-ordinator for Growing Newsome - we are a community of food growers in the Newsome Ward of Huddersfield. I'm a member of Newsome Ward Timebanking, which is Huddersfield's first timebanking project, and I work on a range of other community projects in the Newsome area.