Wednesday, 18 October 2017

October 7/8th Autumn Countryside Show – at the Weald & Downland Museum Singleton Sussex


Andrew Coleman with special forked pole supports that he acquired from Bob Thomas at the ball. Apparently there  was a pile of them.


Don’t often see forks – this one owned by Adam Leake that he got at Spoonfest this year. That blue handle does however look like Amy’s work.

I was borrowing some fire for my tandoori chicken from Steve Wright who was using a cordless leaf blower to fan the fire!



Mike Church and his friend were baking using this impressive setup.

More of his famous cherry cakes were in production, warm cake straight from the oven – yum!

I was set up next to this gentleman who Sue Reeve signed up for membership there and then.

So welcome to Andrew Byham – our latest member.

I am not sure as to the significance of this gentleman – maybe just a scarecrow. Reminiscent of the Motts Mill competition seen on this blog.


I wonder if he trains sheep as well.


Good to see Nancy – time off from witching to make cordage.


Yet another bowyer – this time with some throwing arrows. I believe he is the chairman of the Sussex coppice group.

Another great Autumn Show. The plan is to hold our Bodger's Ball here next May

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