About Seedy Sunday

Who are we?

Established in 2008 and holding their first event in 2009 the Foxton Seedy Sunday event soon became an established date in the local horticulture calendar. Initially run by a dedicated group of volunteers lead by Meryl Cumber the events were well received, due to other commitments the organising team found in 2014 that they were no longer able to find the time to run the event and so unfortunately 2013 was the last to take place.

Judith Egan, of the Transition Town Market Harborough community sustainability group, heard of this and volunteered to take over from the excellent work that had been previously done. Transition Town Market Harborough and its volunteers have committed to revive Seedy Sunday from March 2015 and hope that this event will go from strength to strength over the coming years.

2 responses to “About Seedy Sunday

  1. Oh good news it is to take place can I book a table ? – what date in March please

    Ann Chaarlton

  2. Where do I get Seedy Sunday seed envelopes from please?
    And can the seeds be of any plant, not just relatively rare or unusual or heritage plants? Or do they have to be special, and if so, what are the criteria?

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