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A Tudor Christmas

Christmas 2020 is unlikely to be the Christmas we had planned or hoped for, but we hope you are still able to enjoy the festive season. In 2019 we had a lovely display in the well house all about the Tudor Christmas, put together by some of our hard working and creative volunteers. This year…

A new look

We are delighted to be posting from our shiny, new look website. Take a good look around and see what you think. We hope you like it and find it easier to use. We have Mark Townsend to thank for his countless hours of patient tweaking and re-tweaking to get us to this point and…

Autumn Days

Nights drawing in at Cressing Temple What a strange year it has been in so many respects and autumn has come around quicker than ever and we seem to be storming our way through it (literally) quite quickly. The rain has been most welcome, (planting bulbs in concrete is rather challenging!), but you can have…

Name that Plant

This year we have been growing more flowers which can be dried, such as statice (Limonium sinuatum) and strawflowers (Helichrysum bracteatum). We have also been looking at flowers which have attractive seed heads, many of which can also be dried and added to bunches of dried flowers. Can you recognise these plants by looking at…

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