Another Sunday

Walking around the Corn Exchange in Brighton: organic cosmetics, turned wood, preserves from ‘scrumped’ fruit, natural spun yarns, complementary this and that: we’re witnessing another farmers’ market/country fair being set up.

But wait a while, and wander round again, with the fair filling up and people searching out the seed stalls scattered amongst the green well-being & natural knick knacks. We watch them gradually gravitate towards the central market place, a ring of tables laden with seeds: searching, exchanging, buying seeds, questioning their provenance, asking advice, sharing information. At its core, Seedy Sunday still retains its seed saving origins.

2 thoughts on “Another Sunday

    • Thanks for your comments on our blog; always good to know its actually being read & we’re not just sending our ideas out into the ether to disappear forever. Brighton at the moment is rather wet & windy -once the Spring Equinox is reached it should be nicer, I hope.

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