Having taken two years out of the National Garden Scheme’s Yellow Book we are opening again in 2013. On Saturday 15th June 2013 we will open between 2 and 6pm. All are welcome and once again the finest Sussex homemade cakes and tea will be on offer. All proceeds will go to the NGS
A combination of the wettest April on record and strong gusting winds from the North took it’s toll on two of the ancient Oak trees at Sennicotts last night. We’ll try to make best use of the precious wood but it will take hundreds of years to replace them.
Every year in the spring a single pair of wild Mallard ducks visit us. Usually their stay is for no more than 2 weeks. We don’t know where they come from or where they leave us for but we’ve become attached to their annual visit. Another sign of spring. This year however they look like […]
…even if it is the wettest on record.
Fantastic team effort to build a monster bonfire in the woods. Well done everyone! Our hard work might well have been in vain but for some timely advice from the Natural Navigator: use a leaf blower to get your Autumn bonfire going. It worked perfectly.
St Mary’s Sennicotts, Chapel Lane, nr Chichester. Taken today. The hedge on Chapel Lane was laid in 2009. See here.
Eloise has officially opened the fete. Father Charles has prayed a prayer of blessing and we are in full swing!
This could possibly be the best fete ever. Huge amounts of hard work have gone into the planning and set up. There is real ale, Pimms, tea, cakes and fresh produce. For the children there’s a bouncy castle, dog racing, a treasure hunt and loads more – a whole afternoon of entertainment for the family. […]