Due to Storm Babet we have decided to cancel this Saturday’s event and rescheduled it for Sunday the 22nd, from 11am til 2:00pm. We understand the weather is forecast to be cloudy but dry, but we’ll keep you posted. Apple juicing, tasting and apples to buy. Too many varieties to list here. Tea and cake……
We are delighted to hear that we will once again receive financial support from the National Lottery Community Fund. The £37,406 we receive from this fund along with a grant from the One Council Partnership Funding (run by East Lothian Council) helps fund the costs of staffing the garden for the next two years. The……
Our Annual Summer event will take place on Saturday 24th June. Come along for Plant sales Fruit, Veg and Flowers from the garden A stroll around the garden to see what we’ve been up to Teas, Coffees and Home Baking
Egg-citing news! Our Easter Eggstravaganza is back! Join us on Saturday 25th March, 11am-1pm for fun in the garden, including: Refreshments & Homebaking Easter Egg Hunt Arts & Crafts Entry is free. Parking is limited and will be guided by our volunteers. Alternatively, you can head along the ‘Amisfield Loop’ on foot or by bike.
Our bumper crop was put to good use during our Annual Apple Day on Saturday 8th October. Thanks to everyone who came to pick , squish, press and taste our apples!
Our Art Exhibition ran from 17th September for one week and was well attended. We’d like to thank all the artists who took part as well as everyone who took the time to visit, supporting the garden and the artists.
Our new greenhouse has arrived, thanks to funding from The Mushroom Trust, The Finnis Scott Foundation and Haddington and Lammermuir Area Partnership. Look at how beautiful it is and already full of seedlings for the coming seasons!
Thanks to grant funding from The Mushroom Trust, The Finnis Scott Foundation and Haddington and Lammermuir Area Partnership, we have been able to purchase a new greenhouse to replace our elderly and unstable one. The greenhouse is now up and running, looking fabulous and most importantly nurturing our seedlings for the coming season.