Lordington Lavender is set to host its annual open week.
Open on July 10-16 from 10am to 4pm, the event will be an opportunity for people to visit this beautiful site.
For those who don’t wish to walk, there will be a tractor and trailer available to ferry visitors the very short distance to the lavender field. Andrew Elms, owner of Lordington Lavender and member of the conservation guild, will be hosting daily talks about the wildlife, flora and fauna on the farm. These informal sessions will be an opportunity for visitors to ask questions, learn about life on the farm and the lavender growing process, from cutting and steaming to bottling. Talks will be held at 11.30am and 2.30pm daily.
Visitors can indulge in delicious tea and cakes made by local charities, and the renowned Lordington Lavender products will be available for visitors to buy. Tickets are £6 and can be booked from www.lordingtonlavender.co.uk/product/day-tickets.
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