Beckingham and Saundby local history group had a good day for its annual open day, held at The Willow Works on 14 September. The theme this year was ‘local agriculture’ and lots of displays covered both floors of the building as well as displays outside. The event also saw visitors getting a first taste of the Community Garden as the overspill parking was opened and people could walk through the garden.
There was a chance for visitors to take part in willow weaving, with many making baskets. Old tractors were on display outside, along with tools that would have been used to farm the land in the past. Food and drinks were also available making it an interesting day out for the family.
More pictures are available on the Groundwork Facebook page.