It was a wonderful day - an historic day too when you think that those Cork Oak trees were planted in 1917!
There was plenty of interest in our Market Staff from almost everyone who wandered past.
Friends made over $780 from the sales of the various produce. There are only a few blocks of fresh seedlings (tomatoes, marigolds) left plus some dried flowers and petals (good for both eating and decorating!). The remaining fig jams and figs in syrup will be available for sale at tomorrow's General Meeting.
See you all at 5.30pm in the Terrace Room for the General Meeting and 6.00pm for the Seasonal Talk.