|The first of our winter rains has come; in the Adelaide Hills the creeks and streams trickle and begin to run, the European trees have lost their leaves and the beautiful eucalypts shimmer in the early winter sunshine. The seasons are changing.
We have farewelled another dry, hot summer – the land that was so parched and dry is now is coming back to life as we move into the green. The leafy faces of green men peek out from behind the trees as King George and his mummers players ring their bell to summon all to gather. A bonfire is built with a wicker man waiting to fire the night, masked guisers in rag coats beat their drums to lead you along the path while we await the Morris dancers with their bells, sticks and hankies to accompany the giants Petal, Rufus and Tanis, to the lighting of our ritual fire.
The English Ale is coming and the Spirit of Albion lives on!
THE 2014 ALE HAS BEEN POSTPONED
Saturday May 16th 2015 - Entertainment starts at 1.00pm
The Raffle for the HYDE Flutina Accordion was won by Ute Schwarz.
A big thank you to Peter Hyde for the donation of the accordion
and to all those you bought tickets.