Springtime at B&F
I’m really pleased to say that if you visit HomeFolk Ceramics studio in West Hythe, Kent, you’ll be able to see Nadine’s studio & shop, purchase her beautiful hand thrown ceramics & pick up some B&F natural bar soap too! HomeFolk moved to this bigger studio space quite recently & now there’s more space for classes & events (pictured below)
Monkshill Refectory is now open Tuesday to Saturday for brunch, lunch, treats & pop up events. A sister business to Wasted Kitchen who champion local producers & use surplus veg in their food production, Monkshill Refectory puts the emphasis on community with a schedule of classes & events on their website. For a local resident like myself it is brilliant to see Monkshill Farm reopened to the public (it was formerly home to the local deaf school which sadly closed it’s doors a few years back & was very much missed by the community). Situated between Faversham & Whitstable the farm is on top of a hill looking out over the salt marshes & estury, it’s a beautiful place to visit, particularly as there’s outdoor seating. There’s a small shop at the cafe where amongst foodie supplies they stock an small edit of local makers. Find the full range of Bohemia & Flower soap bars there.