We’ve been having fun!  Do take a look at some of the things we’ve been up to, but beware, it’s not for those who dislike bunting…

Pig's Bladder game ... but thankfully with balloons! Open Garden Squares Weekend, June 2014

Pig’s Bladder game … but thankfully with balloons, at Cleveland Square

Silliness for grown-ups! Open Garden Squares Weekend, June 2014

Silliness for grown-ups, at Cleveland Square

3-legged at Strawberry Hill for Chelsea Fringe, 2014

3-legged at Strawberry Hill 

Sacks are Go! Strawberry Hill, 2014

Sacks are Go, at Strawberry Hill

Scarecrow to take home, Open Garden Squares Weekend Preview at Cafe Crema, 2014

Scarecrow to take home at Cafe Crema

Heave! Bunhill Fields, July 2014

Heave, heave, at Bunhill Fields 

Busy busy! Fenton House Apple Weekend, October 2014

Busy busy at Fenton House

Seriously competitive! English Heritage's Head Gardeners battle out a Tug of War, Walmer Castle, June 2014

Seriously competitive, Walmer Castle

Never too grown-up for sacks! Walmer Castle, June 2014

Never too grown-up for sacks, Walmer Castle

Good company for our Chelsea Fringe session at Fenton House, May 2014

Fenton House

Hoops are harder than they look! Burgess Park, June 2014

Hoops are harder than they look, Burgess Park

Giggly & Greenfingered gardening at the Brunel Museum, May 2014

Giggly & Greenfingered gardening at the Brunel Museum

Star struck Hahahopscotcher & ted, at Wicksteed Park

Snow on the hills but sun on our faces – Ardkinglas

“Here’s what we’re going to do” – Ramsgate Arts Festival

Dressed up and ready to go – Ramsgate Arts Festival

This is exactly how Brunel did his railway work, honest – Brunel Museum

Soggy sack races at Coram’s Fields

Chelsea Fringe 2013

Teachers v pupils! Hollickwood School garden party, May 2013

Hahahopscotcher Heroes! – Very wet play time (photo courtesy Paul Debois)

Celebrating a new Sustainable Urban Drainage Garden

Fourth birthday party, August 2013

Scarecrows at the Brunel Museum

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