Horse drawn harrowing and heritage wheat sowing, Ruskin Park

Horse drawn harrowing and heritage wheat sowing, Ruskin Park

This event has finished Took place on: Saturday, 17th Feb 2018

Shire horses Nobby and Heath, with Irish champion ploughman Tom Nixon, will be harrowing the heritage wheat growing area on Ruskin Park and then we will sow this season's hertiage wheat and beans.

The wheat area is up hill from the bandstand by the Ferndale Road side of the park.

Tom and the horses plan to arrive 9am, be working by 10am and depart around 2pm

If you would like to assist in the sowing please contact Andrew Forbes atty @ area3.net

Refreshments with bakery stall for bread and cakes available at the bandstand + stalls from Brixton Windmill and for seeds and seed potatoes.

Cost: Free of Charge


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2018-02-17 2018-02-17 Europe/London Horse drawn harrowing and heritage wheat sowing, Ruskin Park Watch Shire horses Nobby and Heath, with Irish champion ploughman Tom Nixon, harrowing the heritage wheat growing area on Ruskin Park https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2018/02/17/horse-drawn-harrowing-and-heritage-wheat-sowing-ruskin-park-164761 Ruskin Park,Denmark Hill,,London

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Location

Ruskin Park,

Denmark Hill,
London,
SE5 8EL

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