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Naturespace with Haith’s Open Day

Save the Date: 7th August 2024

Join us for a day of fun, learning, and community at our Open Day! From craft and food stalls to expert speakers and a dedicated children’s area, there's something for everyone. Haith’s team will be available all day to help with any tips or advice about our products or just to chat about nature! Here’s what you can look forward to:

Event Highlights!

  • Children’s Area: Free bouncy castle and face painting.
  • Special Offers: Meet the Haith’s team and take advantage of in-store discounts.
  • VIP Visit: Councillor Julia Simmons, the current Mayor of Louth, will be joining us.

Craft Stalls

  • Louth Garden Society
  • Wood Turned Products
  • Marie’s Jams & Chutney
  • Steve’s Fine Art
  • Joan’s Handmade Cards
  • Glass Suncatchers
  • Coca Sweetsco
  • Eco Seed Balls
  • Canoe River Cleaner
  • Martin from Wildlife Trust Membership
  • Stax of Wax
  • Kevin’s Wooden Toys
  • Martin Woods – Garden Design & Advice

Marquee Guest Speakers

  • James Elliott - Grimsby’s Canoe River Cleaner. Join a Q&A session to learn about his dedication to Grimsby’s rivers and local chalk streams.
  • Louth District Beekeepers - Discover the fascinating world of beekeeping.
  • Martin Woods - Former Royal Head Gardener at Sandringham. Hear about his illustrious career and participate in a Q&A session.

Children’s Area

  • JE Inflatables: Jungle-themed bouncy castle (free)
  • Cheeky Facepainting – Nature themed (free)
  • Lucy’s Craft Club – Activity packs for children
  • Lincs Wildlife Trust – Fun nature activities

Food Stalls

  • Bensley’s Ice Cream
  • Pie-o-neers – Hot wraps, nacho’s, pies
  • Lincs Barista Ltd – Tea, Coffee, Hot Chocolate, cakes & cookies 

*Competition*

In the lead-up to our Open Day, we’re hosting an exciting competition! For details on how to win a fantastic prize, visit our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/share/XZWNWdPFQjZLBA2Y/

We can’t wait to see you there and look forward to a wonderful day with our community.

Written by Angela.

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