Wondering what to do with the kids? Then why not take them to see what kids had to do years ago in a time before computers and television! The event is being held at Bircham Windmill from August 7th, 11am-4pm. Normal admission fees will apply – Adult £1.50, Retired £1.25, Child £1.
There are wool spinning demonstrations on every day from 10am to 5pm from July 28th until the August 15th, and pole lathe wood turning demonstrations on from the 9th to 12th August from 10am to 5pm. Entry for these is free.
And if you’ve ever wanted to be a food judge, there’s your chance on August 27th when all the staff will be baking bread and vie for the coveted award of Top Baker! Visitors can judge for themselves by coming along to have a taste and cast their votes. It’s free entry, and votes are counted at 3pm.
The staff will be making sheeps cheese every Saturday and will have plenty for sale and to sample. The bakery will be running flat out all summer to provide bread, rolls, cakes and scones for visitors to buy, or sample in the tearooms.
For further details visit birchamwindmill.co.uk