AWARD-winning poet James Carter and archaeologist Emily Hathaway are some of the visitors in a series of poetry, archaeology and wildlife workshops in Hanbury.

Wild Hollowfields at Upper Hollowfields Farm will host the events on August 19 and 25, making them ideal for both children and adults visiting the farm.

Jan Terry said: “James’ poetry performances are fabulous. It is incredible to see how James inspires children to write.

“Our visitors always love Emily’s walks and workshops.

“Her enthusiasm for archaeology is infectious. The farm is buzzing with wildlife at this time of year, it promises to be a lovely afternoon.”

James Carter will perform poems from his collections and play guitar at a workshop for children aged six to 12 on August 19 at 11am and another for adults and children at 1.15pm.

The farm will then host an archaeology and wildlife afternoon at 2pm, giving families an opportunity to join archaeologist Emily Hathaway and the Wild Hollowfields team to discover the archaeological secrets of the land and the wildlife.

To book your place visit, call 01527 821461 or email