Seventh harvest show to encourage growing your own food
THE seventh annual Glastonbury Harvest Show is taking place on Saturday, at Glastonbury Town Hall, with public entry from 12.30pm.
This year's event sets to be even bigger and better, with more activities, workshops and stalls to encourage people locally to grow their own food.
There will also be film showings and local "Master Gardeners" at hand to answer any gardening queries.
Organiser, Caroline Lewis, said: "This is a harvest show with a difference.
"We're not about who has the straightest carrot or the biggest pumpkin, this is about nourishing, cookable produce."
The show highlights the importance of local food and community, and celebrates the joy and benefits of growing your own food.
The programme has now been published online, detailing of all the classes in which you can enter your home grown vegetables, fruits and flowers, as well as home-made bread, cakes and preserves.
There are also just for fun categories, including the Councillors Challenge, art and poetry competitions.
For more information visit the website www.glastonbury harvestshow.org.uk.