Come along and celebrate the re-opening of this little gem of a Museum! There will be a jazz band, face painting and our delicious Vintage Teas! Be the first to see the beautifully refurbished museum that is not only part of our local heritage but but has a world wide reputation as a model for cities and towns overseas!
No, not the digital wireless. I mean the radio, Marian and I will be the special guest stars on Nick Coffer's show on Three Counties Radio on Wednesday June 5th at 12.30 pm. Nick will be tasting our cakes and discovering how Buns and Bunting got started! I hope you can join us... Meanwhile here some lovely vintage radios to get you in the mood. Which would you choose to tune in on?
The sun shone, the authors and illustrators came, children laughed in the sunshine and their parents and grandparents ate cake! The Walled Garden Kid's Book Fest at Luton Hoo has a unique Secret Garden setting and attracted the top names in children's books.
We were too busy to see any talks, but were just thrilled to be there, enjoying the magical atmosphere of this unique book festival. I did manage a glimpse of the Bubble and Squeak event with Clara Vulliamy and James Mayhew which looked like lots of fun! And Guy Parker-Rees (of Giraffes Can't Dance fame!) came to enjoy our wares - see his blog post here!http://guyparkerrees.blogspot.co.uk/
One of Ruth's cakes won the prize for being first to be all sold - which was perfect as it was her birthday!
Thanks to all at Luton Hoo Walled Garden for their kind support, and the festival people for inviting us. And all of those who came and ate cake and drank tea: thank you!
We are very thrilled to be part of his wonderful Children's Book festival. There are some fantastic events taking place all designed to surprise and delight so book your tickets now before it's too late! It's on April 21st at the Walled Garden, Luton Hoo, 10am - 5pm. Starry names from the world of children's books will be telling tales and drawing pictures and celebrating books for children. Including Clara Vulliamy, Sally Gardner, Jackie Morris, Cressida Cowell and festival ambassador James Mayhew!
We will be serving our fabulous vintage teas from the Gardner's Mess - make sure you come and find us!!!