Raffle tickets are now on sale for a big prize draw on the 14th September at our Open Day. They are £1 per ticket, so for your chance to win please contact the office on [email protected], to purchase your tickets today.
If baking isn’t for you, why don’t you try your hand at making your own scarecrow. There is no theme, so the options are endless, from Harry Potter to a Roman Gladiator, let your imaginations go wild. The winner will receive 2 tickets to our Halloween Ghost Walk, here at Snakehall Farm.
Get your whisks ready for The Great Snakehall Bake off taking place at our 30th Anniversary Open Day. Judging will take place 13.30 and the winner will receive a voucher for Afternoon Tea for 2 at Carriages Tearooms near Cambridge. Good Luck and Get Baking!!!
In just over a month we will be celebrating our 30th Birthday and to mark the occasion we will be having an Open Day. The gates will be opening at 11 and due to increased interest we will now be closing at 16.00. We have some fabulous stalls, musical events, vehicle displays, welly wanging and much more. There will be something for all the family. For updates please go to our Facebook page @tillytractor. Please come and celebrate with us!!!
The Shovel the Hovel Project receives a boost of funding that made us all sing at Snakehall Farm this summer. The Prospects Trust received over £900 from ReSound after their beautiful summer concert. We spoke with our Trustee Jane Kershaw about her involvement with ReSound:
“I am very proud to be a member of ReSound, a 36 voice choir that performs regularly around Cambridge, singing an eclectic contemporary and traditional mix of a cappella songs from different cultures, rich in harmony and rhythm.
We have been singing together since 2010, when the choir was created by our musical Director, Rowena Whitehead. Rowena has been called “a musical activist”, a neat phrase that sums up a thread weaving through all she does. She is a performer, a composer, a teacher, a singing leader, a facilitator who inspires everyone she works with.
She believes that singing runs deep within us all and reaches parts that nothing else touches. For Rowena singing is more than a pleasure, it’s an essential expression of life that helps individuals and communities thrive.
This is one of the things that makes Tuesday evening rehearsals so special: we only do music that touches the heart and everyone knows each other pretty well after singing together for such a long time.
We usually sing to raise money for charitable causes, so everyone in the choir was delighted to sing for Prospects and get to know a bit about it as an organisation – and a total of £950 from the concert at St Cyriac’s was an added bonus.”