Join us in the farm shop for a tasting with Scarlett & Mustard, who 'create delicious dressings, marinades, sauces and oils for food-mad families and epicureans everywhere - all made using the best, freshest, zingiest ingredients'. Sounds tasty.
Discover at first hand what it means to be a farmer and the work we do producing food and managing the countryside. Take time to listen to the birds, soak up the scenery, experience the smells of the farmyard and really get in touch with the land that feeds us.
Here's how you can come and feed your senses at Low Sizergh Barn on Open Farm Sunday:
Bird watching/tour around the farm trail
Growing Well tours
Work for Growing Well (community work event)
Meet volunteers from the Westmorland Red Squirrel society and the Woodland Trust
Tuck in to Higginsons burgers and sausages on the BBQ and ice cream from the cart.
More details and timings to follow.
Head to the tea room from July 6th (and throughout August) and enjoy stunning art by Cally Lawson.
Green Door artist Mike Barlow is the latest local artist to exhibit here in the Low Sizergh Barn tea room.
His paintings and constructions will be on show until the 5th of July, they combine two elements of his earlier work – constructions from found wood and abstract/symbolic painting.
The found material often comes from beaches around Morecambe Bay and the west coast of Scotland as well as the clutter of Mike's studio. Mike says: "my tendency is to avoid the figurative and explicit, following my nose until an image or effect suggest itself. Colour, balance, design and the intrinsic qualities of found materials are my main pre-occupations, with titles often added afterwards."