There was loads to see, cooking demonstrations, food tents, craft tents, wine tasting, working dog shows.
Not usually a place I would frequent as I don't agree much with fishing or hunting, but I was asked to go by Higham Hall to be a demoist to promote the craft classes that Higham offer. I was pleased to do that :)
It was a scorching hot day and we were situated in a marquee - nice and sweaty then :)
As soon as I started approaching the tent I was offered free wine samples, by the time I had found our tent I had had three little tumblers full - it had the makings of a really great day :)
I set up at the Higham stand, beside a fabulous painter, watercolour master Brian Smith, watching him do his demo out of the corner of my eye was amazing, I can't quite get my head around how a painting can come to life like he makes them do.
I did some crochet granny hexagons, got chatting to a few people, melted a little, then I was off for a wander around.
Of course I had to have a spritzer for just £2.00 - this had a chunk of ice so large it would have sunk the Titanic, but in this heat it lasted about 3 minutes. Slurp.
I bought a hat :) I did, I bought a new hat. It's a nice hat, I think you will be impressed. More on that to follow.