By Faye Smith - 14th May 2012 7:04am
19th & 20th May 11.00am to 4.00pm Open Garden and Woodland Walk
At: Bellaport Home Farm, Norton in Hales, TF9 4AZ — contact Faye (07866 604258) for more info.
Open weekend in Aid of Midlands Air Ambulance. Walk a scenic route through the grounds of this beautiful farmhouse set high up on the way from Audlem to Norton-In Hales with a beautiful view of the Cheshire Plains.
There will be a treasure hunt for children and the opportunity view inspiring Art and Craft for sale in the old barns. There's plenty to see and do for all.
There will be a Blacksmith demonstrating the old Smithy using the original Forge and Bellows over both days and there is a Zumba Class to take part in at 1.45pm on Saturday 19th with Claire Sherbourne. Delicious sweet and savoury refreshments for sale. Do go along and support this worthwhile cause.
£2.50 entry for adults — children go free. Great raffle prizes to be won including a Kindle and Sunday lunch for two at Goldstone Hall.
This is the first time that Bellaport Home Farm has been open to the public. The farm is on left on the road from Audlem to Norton in Hales about a mile past Kinsey Heath and the drive that goes up to Highfields.
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