It is the link to an extraordinary knitting project travelling around England at the present time. (I do not know whether it is going further afield.) It was sent to me by a keen knitter and is, naturally, of even greater interest to knitters.
The project must have taken an enormous amount of organisation, time, skill and care. I do not know where all the patterns came from - or even whether there were pattens. I note they now want keen knitters to make a wheelbarrow or a lawnmower - presumably to go next to the knitted garden shed. No doubt they will add other flowers and vegetables to those already there. It has taken a lot of yarn - and yes, they did have a grant but it would not have covered their costs by any means.
All those things are quite extraordinary - as is the skill with which much of it is obviously knitted. There is plenty of imagination there - just look at the beehive and the bees or hunt for the ladybirds and the birds.
And there is something even better than all those things. It is a group effort, a community effort. People came together to create something.
And now I will stop burbling on and send you prowling over to look because I believe we need more such projects. Please go and have a look and tell me and others what you think!