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Higham Ferrers 1251–1914 – A portrait of a town and its people through its historic charters
This new commemorative book, by Brenda Lofthouse, Gwen Tobin and Rachel Smyth, is being produced to celebrate the town achieving Heritage Lottery Funding to restore the Town’s Charters for everyone to see and enjoy.
Presented in a family-friendly way, it focuses on how events, both national and local, had an impact on the people of Higham Ferrers.
The book launch will coincide with the Town Council’s Charter Celebration Day on Saturday 29 June 2019 to celebrate the conservation of the Town Charters.
Find out how you can get your name listed as a subscriber inside the book* by pre-ordering a copy at a discounted price of £15 >>>>>>
* if you pre-order before 31 March 2019
After a break of 50 years, Higham Ferrers Tourism is reviving Higham’s Horticultural Show
The show is open to everyone, young and old, beginners and experienced producers. Some classes will be just for fun and some for those who take their produce far more seriously; classes for vegetables, fruit, flowers, floral art, cakes and preserves.
Programme and entry forms
We will be publishing more details and the full programme of classes and entry form on this website and in the next edition of Higham Times in May.
So, get looking at your seed catalogues, trying out your recipes to be a prize winner!
Secret Gardens of Higham Ferrers
Sunday 16 June 12 noon–5pm
DO YOU EVER THINK ABOUT OPENING YOUR GARDEN ?
Gardeners get great pleasure from sharing something that is so special to them.
If you would like to share your ‘secret’ garden please contact Liz Barnatt:
• mobile 07954171890
Just a few steps from the Market Square in Higham Ferrers is a hidden gem – Chichele College – where there is something for everyone!
From March to November, many local artists exhibit and sell their work in the Chichele College. There are also exhibitions by local history and archaeological societies, and local artisans.