Spring has definitely arrived. The birds are singing, the dewy grass is steaming in the morning sun and there is an air of quiet optimism as the volunteers prepare for our first proper fundraising event in two years. Yes, we will be back with our Easter Fair at the Old School, Long Melford, CO10 9DX on Sunday 3rd April.
Expect the usual wide selection of stalls, crafts, flowers and plants, raffle, Jeanette’s Terrific Tombola, and yummy homemade cakes and snacks. Do come along between 10am to 3pm, you’ll get a warm welcome from all of us including Frank Payne who will be selling and signing copies of his autobiographical books. Our Octogenarian has led an interesting life and has plenty of tales to tell. His story begins in Blitz torn London and progresses through National Service and onto careers in journalism and football.
Speaking of sport, the Nayland 10K family-friendly fun event takes place on Sunday 10th July, starting at Little Garth School, Nayland, CO6 4JR. Once again, SESAW is one of the charities benefitting from this extremely popular, multi-terrain run through the beautiful Constable countryside. Routes for all ages and abilities, book your place now at www.nayland10k.co.uk
We have some extremely good-natured rabbits awaiting new homes. They are all sisters, living happily together therefore will be rehoming in trios or more. They are a large breed needing very spacious accommodation, please email or leave a message on the ansaphone if you are interested.
All that talk of exercise reminds me, it’s time for my daily run around the garden now the grass is dry. A wet undercarriage is extremely uncomfortable if you are a vertically challenged dog like me, Kenny (the Boss) Chihuahua.