Posted by: hencorner | October 6, 2011

Join us on the Journey!

Believing in community – doing it together…

We’ve had lots of fun with friends this month; life is so much more enjoyable when you are journeying with companions.

Here you can see friends and neighbours last weekend, about to go home with their Harvest Fare Trades, I think they picked up some Feta Cheese, some Elderflower Liqueur and took home a demijohn of cider (we were pressing while we swapped). A good time was had by all and it was especially great to welcome Charlotte’s Chickens and Pretty Cheeky Cupcakes who seemed to enjoy a bit of bartering with some of their fab produce (we do like these friends, could you like them on FB too?). As for me, I was chuffed to swap some of my stuff for some earrings (made with our Ascot’s feathers), some fire logs (we’ll need those soon), some cakes, chillies and a selection of home-grown veg. Next year’s date has been set for Saturday 29th September, if you are in the area – come along!

Hen Corner TV!

Another exciting adventure with friends this month is the launch of Hen Corner TV with the dream production team of: Director  — Alex Campbell, Music Composer — Elias Lenge and Production Assistant — Jonny Back

You can find our ‘Welcome’ film here and see our first feature ‘A Sack of Spuds’ below:

Joining In…

If you want to keep up to date with all things Hen Corner, there are several things you can do:

1) Follow us on Twitter

2) Like us on Facebook

3) Subscribe on YouTube

4) Subscribe to this blog (top right)

It’s great to have you on board, we all bring something different and together can live life to the full.

Jobs for next week:

  • Give the fruit trees a final treatment of Codling Moth Nematodes
  • Read up about bees, am I looking after them OK?
  • Plant some carrots – hopefully not too late
  • Plan the  big winter prune and clear up

Have a good week yourself…

Join us on the Journey!

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  1. Good morning to you all at hen corner your doing a fab job and we should all try it and as for bring people together and shareing and swapping fairs just sound great fun and i sure your doing a great job of looking after the bees


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