The committee was awarded The Queens Award for Voluntary Service, the charity equivalent of an MBE, in honour of their efforts supporting local causes.
Run over two days, the village becomes a traffic free zone giving us a little taste of the olden days before cars, shire horses ferry people across the village. It was a wonderful sight to see children running freely along the road without fear of oncoming traffic, music filled the streets as people shopped in the craft areas or sat eating food in the sun provided by local companies including one of my favourites Steak and Honour. There are magic shows, Pony rides, sheep dog shows everything you'd expect from an English Country event. Aside from all the brilliant entertainment the daffodils do remain at the heart of this quintessential event for they are everywhere tis a sight to behold...Thousands travel from near and far to see the daffodils, now I understand why. This will remain firmly in my diary from now on.