The 2018 schedule of exciting events will be uploaded as each is finalised.

Please join the mailing list to be the first to know details. We will very much hope to see you here during the course of 2018.

Some of the excitements in store for 2018 include:

In the Kitchen Garden with Mickey (this year it will be the first Saturday of each month, morning and afternoon sessions...except for the one at the beginning of February which will be morning only, given it's still so hot at that time of year. (That said, it can't be dismissed from the calendar as there is just so much to learn from the summer garden in full flight).



Coming soon!  Mickey anticipates it will be late January before the list is ready, but watch this space as there are plenty of excitements on the drawing board..... including return visits by India Flint (botanical alchemist) 5 April, Anthia Koullouros (naturopath and herbalist), Jardine Hansen (botanical magician), Penny Simons (willow sorcerer), Michelle Schoeps (broth queen) and Barbara Sweeney (pastry diviner). But there will also some new thrills to anticipate, beginning with Trisha Dixon's Mediterranean Meanderings on 1 March (to be followed by a Mediterranean garden-inspired lunch);  Patrice Newell on her Adventures with Garlic on 8 March; a pickling workshop with Alex Elliot-Howery of Cornersmith; a wild adventure workshop and picnic with Sarah Glover; a painting workshop with Matilda Dumas on 26 May (following her fabulous exhibition of abstract landscape paintings here in November) and.....a discussion and lunch with three of our leading interior designers (you see, Mickey just can't leave her interior design roots behind.....even though her kitchen gardening ones keep her firmly anchored to the ground at Glenmore!).  

We will have a stall at the Camden Show, 16 and 17 March (and have invited Piccolo Farm to join us so we can talk more about local, seasonal, organic produce) and also have a stall at the annual Collectors' Plant Fair, 7 and 8 April.

If you would like to register your interest in any of these days, please contact us.

And if you would like to collect a copy of The House and Garden at Glenmore, or pick up an Essential Dress or Hat, a basket or watering can, handmade trug or nail brush, a bottle of ironing water or a bundle of linen napkins, or even a seedling or two from the garden, you can visit the Barn by appointment - please just contact us to make a time.