East Devon Green Party invite Green Party members, friends, and supporters to a fun farm visit, and barbecue, at Mosshayne Farm, just east of Exeter, (directions below), on Sunday 26th September, starting at 3 p.m.

There will be a tour of the farm by tractor and trailer, lasting about 2 hours, suitable for families. Mosshayne Farm is an organic farm producing milk and chickens. After the tour there will be a barbecue for those who wish to stay.

The tour will cost £5 per adult, and £3 per child (under 18), proceeds going to East Devon Green Party. For the barbecue, if you wish to take part, please bring your own food to be barbecued (veggie BBQ area provided) and perhaps something to share such as a salad, and your own drink. Bread rolls, potatoes, non-alcoholic drinks, plates, etc will be provided.

The host Henry Gent is an East Devon Green Party member & press officer for the local branch. As a farmer, Henry will be giving an informative tour with information about organic farming techniques etc.You will be getting out into the fields and seeing chickens and baby calves plus milking cows!

You will have a chance to talk to Henry and ask any questions whatsoever. We may have a chance to discuss Green Party policies for agriculture, perhaps after the tour (whilst any children have a chance to eat & play etc).

We are inviting Green Party members, friends, and supporters, from East Devon and elsewhere in the area. Numbers are limited to thirty so please book your place asap to avoid disappointment. Advance payment please with cheques made payable to “East Devon Green Party”. Please post cheques or contact:

Henry Gent, Mosshayne Farm, Westclyst, Exeter, EX1 3TR.

Email: henry.gent@btinternet.com

Tel: 01392 469334 or 07974 373554

Directions: Either:

From Junction 29 of the M5 take the A30 towards Honiton but get in the left hand lane of the A30 as soon as possible then exit signposted Rockbeare. Go past the “Blackhorse Inn” and another 2-300 metres, then turn sharp left into Blackhorse Lane. Go about 150 metres then turn right into Mosshayne Lane. Go about 400 metres, to the T junction, and turn right into Mosshayne Lane private section. Go about 1 kilometre on the private lane and park at the courtyard.

Or (if approaching from the northern side of Exeter):Take the B3181 from Pinhoe towards Broadclyst, and go past Animal Kingdom on the left. Go another 4-500 metres and turn right into Mosshayne lane (about 200 metres after the speed camera). Go about 1 kilometre (passing straight past Westclyst Farm and Westclyst Barnyard). Park at the courtyard.

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