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Tuesday 30 August | Children’s Holiday Activity | Bee Happy! | 10am / 2 hrs / recommended for ages 3 - 7 years. Learn about what makes bees happy and healthy and create something that will make you happy too! You will be making honey and banana muffins and also making a bee hotel to take home. Please bring clothing for all weathers. Tickets: £12 per child (£8 for siblings); includes a homemade refreshment. Pre-book online at www.tuppennybarn.co.uk

Friday 2 September | Create, Upcycle and Reuse | 11am / 2.5 hrs – and the first Friday of every month - A free drop-in creative session. Take time to be creative and learn and share skills. This is a great opportunity to make new friends and become part of a creative, sustainable sewing and art-textile community. Free entry. Drinks and homemade cakes on sale at the cafe. www.tuppennybarn.co.uk

Saturday 3 September | Hedgerow Winter remedies Workshop | 10.30am / 2.5 hrs - Explore the superstitions and folklore of the hedgerows with Christine from The Hedgerow Apothecary. Learn how our ancestors used plants to keep themselves healthy and their families safe from bad luck and witches. After an informative walk around the hedgerows at Tuppenny Barn, Christine will demonstrate how to make Elderberry Rob, a soothing cordial for sore throats and chesty coughs. We will also be making Bramble vinegar traditionally used as a gargle to ease prickly throats. You will have a bottle of each remedy to take home. Tickets £35pp; includes tea/coffee and homemade cakes. Pre-book online at www.tuppennybarn.co.uk

Friday 9 September | Herbs and Women’s Health | 7pm / 2 hours - Sarah Furey, trained medicinal Herbalist, will be showing us how to use herbs to maintain or regain hormonal and emotional balance in today's stressful world. There will be a chance to try some of Sarah's favourite remedies to boost your immunity, balance your adrenals and lift your spirits. Tickets: £10pp. Book online at www.tuppennybarn.co.uk

Monday 19 September | Tuppenny Explorers Club: Appletastic! | 3.45pm / 1hr A nature themed after school activity club for 4-11 year olds. Explore our orchard and pick apples to make delicious apple juice. Use your imagination and think about how the star came to live inside the apple. Tickets: £5 per child. Pre-book online at www.tuppennybarn.co.uk or phone to let us know you are coming so that we can cater for materials accordingly.

Tuesday 20 September | The Hungry Writer | 10am / 4.5 hrs - Be inspired in the grounds of Tuppenny Barn and explore the pleasures of taste through this Creative Writing workshop led by Lizzie Chittleboro, followed by a delicious seasonal lunch. All welcome, no writing experience necessary. An Emsworth British Food Fortnight event. Tickets: £35pp, to include a welcome tea/coffee and lunch. Pre-book online at www.tuppennybarn.co.uk

Thursday 22 September | Fat Olives Cookery Demonstration | 9.30am / 2 hrs Using the best of what is local, sustainable and seasonal, Head chef and Fat Olives restaurant-owner Lawrence Murphy will be tantalising our taste-buds with a cookery demonstration creating a dish using organic produce that have come straight from the Tuppenny Barn growing beds. Menu (recipe to take home) will be decided once we know exactly what is ready to eat on the day! Tickets: £7.50pp, to include a welcome tea/coffee. Pre-book online www.tuppennybarn.co.uk

Friday 23 September | Traditional Pie Masterclass | 10am / 2.5 hrs - An Emsworth British Food Fortnight Event. Learn how to make the perfect pie with Jon Kaye of Jake’s Artisan Food. We will make one pork pie and one vegetarian pie using hot water crust and hand raised methods. After the workshop we will sit down together and enjoy one of our pies. Tickets: £30pp. Pre-book online at www.tuppennybarn.co.uk

Saturday 24 September | Music@ the Barn presents Steve Knightley | 7.30pm / 3.5 hrs - The songwriting force behind the highly successful acoustic roots duo, Show of Hands, is embarking on a nautical tour in the second half of 2016. Steve’s two performances at Portsmouth in early 2016 sold out within days and another sell-out performance from this extremely talented singer and musician is predicted. Our advice is book early to avoid disappointment. Tickets: £17.50pp. www.tuppennybarn.co.uk

Friday 30th September | Macmillan Coffee morning – Pop-Up Cafe | 10am / 2 hrs - The Tuppenny Barn Pop-Up Café will be open as we take part in The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning, Macmillan’s biggest fundraising event for people facing cancer. We hope to get lots of people together for tea, coffee and cake, all proceeds of which will go to Macmillan, as well as additional donations which can be made to Macmillan on the day. There are now a staggering 2.5 million people in the UK living with cancer. By 2030, it will be 4 million people, and Macmillan wants to be there for them all. Please help us help them achieve their goal. www.tuppennybarn.co.uk

Friday 30 September | Taste at Tuppenny Barn | 7pm / 2 hrs An Emsworth British Food Fortnight Event. Join us to celebrate, support and sample delicious, seasonal food from a range of producers local to Tuppenny Barn. Rosemary Moon will be doing a cookery demonstration using tasty, seasonal ingredients. Tickets: £15pp. Pre-book online at www.tuppennybarn.co.uk

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