Traders and exhibitors in 2015

Avon Wildlife Trust
Locally based environmental charity, dedicated to securing a sustainable future both for wildlife and people. It cares for 35 local nature reserves and a community food-growing site; organises interesting and enjoyable local events and volunteering opportunities; delivers exciting education programs; supports local land-owners; monitors local planning developments and carries out scientific research.

Barefoot Books
Creating bright, colourful books for children that combine beautiful artwork with captivating storytelling for over twenty years. Their books capture the imagination, spark curiosity, inspire creativity and instill a respect for cultural, social and ecological diversity.

Bath Beekeepers
Bath Beekeepers promote the craft of beekeeping by offering members and prospective members an educational and social programme of branch activities throughout the year. A warm welcome is guaranteed to all. Come along and experience opening a hive - suits provided or watch from our viewing gallery.

Beans and Herbs
Specialising in Organic Seed of vegetables and herbs for home growers and allotment holders. Huge range of bean and herb seeds.

Garden Services from Stephen Young
A wide range of garden services from weekly maintenance to full redesign, supplying shrubs and perennials. Vegetable gardens and production a speciality.

Gifts in Wood by Tim Bee
A selection of hand crafted wooden gifts including bowls, light pulls, and more. Some stock items available. Custom items commissioned.

Made in Bradley
Original hand printed linocut designs created from drawings inspired by the natural world - cards and prints by Tonia Gunstone.

Nature's Gifts
Eco-friendly, hand-embellished items, artisan jams, marmalades and cheese, plus plants for sale in support of the Bath Cancer Unit Support Group.

Pennard Plants
Potatoes, potatoes, potatoes! We have 75 varieties of this great British staple. We sell these by the tuber at ‘Potato Days’ and put the potato into Seedy Saturday. We also have heritage vegetable and flower seeds, onion sets, rhubarb crowns and some unusual tubers to grow and eat. ‘Grow what you cant buy’!!

Radford Mill Farm
Radford Mill Farm is 110 acres just south of Timsbury, managed organically since 1976. We produce lots of salads and other vegetables, apples and apple juice, willow for planting and weaving, and we host events of all kinds including camping weekends.

Recycling and Composting Roadshow
Are you recycling everything you can from home? Do you love food but hate waste? Visit the B&NES waste and recycling roadshow at Seedy Saturday 2015 to find out how to make the most of your services, including how to recycle your unwanted or broken small electrical items and how you can keep your food fresher for longer.

RSPB
The RSPB is the country's largest nature conservation charity, inspiring everyone to give nature a home. Together with our partners, we protect threatened birds and wildlife so our towns, coast and countryside will teem with life once again. We also play a leading role in a worldwide partnership of nature conservation organisations.

Timmy’s Chillies© Marmalades and Jellies
Made by hand in small batches. Packed with 85% fresh fruit, they come in a range of flavours and heat strengths. Available at many good farm shops, delis and butchers in the region. “Fruity and delicious, with chilli on the finish.”

Timsbury Environment Group
A local group established to recommend measures to secure a more sustainable and resilient life style for the community. It is open to anyone in Timsbury who is interested, usually meeting in the Seven Stars.

Timsbury Horticultural Society
Local Horticultural Society that meets on the second Tuesday of the month from 7.30pm at the YMCA Hall, North Road, Timsbury (next to the Co-op). New members are very welcome.

Free expert talks

  • Growing perennial vegetables • Chris Smith (Pennard Plants)
  • Honey bees - our buzzy benefactors • Nigel Hurst (Bath Beekeepers)
  • Brilliant beans and how to grow them • Pippa Rosen (Beans and Herbs)

Children's activities with Barefoot Books

Storytelling sessions:

  • The Gigantic Turnip
  • What’s this? - exploring the life cycle of a plant
  • The Magic Garden - a story from Kazakhstan

Activities to bring the stories to life:

  • Making a bird feeder from a pinecone
  • Crafting paper pots to sow a sunflower

Special thanks

To everyone who helped to make the event yet another success, especially the 'kitchen crew' who provided hot and cold refreshments throughout the day.

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