7th Oct

Autumn News

Here’s the link to the full Autumn Newsletter – why don’t you subscribe, it’s a great way of staying in touch with what’s happening on the farm and there are some great vouchers for you too!

If you haven’t seen Emma’s wildflower carpark then please visit soon, it’s looking glorious – brightening up even the wettest of days! The Autumn rains have arrived and it’s 3 months since the last newsletter (sorry!) There’s been lots happenening here on the farm…the agricultural year carries on regardless of external events and October means that we are keeping a close eye on the ewes to ensure that they are in tip top condition ready for mating in 6 weeks time, there’s never a dull moment.

With 4 living in the farmhouse since Nathan moved back home and Will returned to university, life is a little quieter. Emma is busy reorganising the farm shop and making plans for Christmas…that subject will be covered in another special newsletter very soon. We know that for most of us this may be rather different to normal and we are doing our very best to make preparations as simple, safe, comprehensive and flexible for you as possible. In the mean time the shop is full of Autumn produce and deliciouslocal treats, and our toot for the boot service remains an accessible and easy option for many people.

The Farm Shop is open Tuesdays- Saturdays with Sunday collections available from the Coffee Shop which is open Wednesdays-Sundays. The Forest Adventure is open at weekends…but not last Saturday as itt was too wet! All a bit confusing and inconsistent? Apologies, please bear with us. We can’t plan more than a few days ahead, as who knows how things will affect us all next, so please check our website for current opening times when planning a visit. Please get in touch if you’d like anything bringing down.

k then please visit soon, it’s looking glorious – brightening up even the wettest of days! The Autumn rains have arrived and it’s 3 months since the last newsletter (sorry!) There’s been lots happenening here on the farm…the agricultural year carries on regardless of external events and October means that we are keeping a close eye on the ewes to ensure that they are in tip top condition ready for mating in 6 weeks time, there’s never a dull moment.

With 4 living in the farmhouse since Nathan moved back home and Will returned to university, life is a little quieter. Emma is busy reorganising the farm shop and making plans for Christmas…that subject will be covered in another special newsletter very soon. We know that for most of us this may be rather different to normal and we are doing our very best to make preparations as simple, safe, comprehensive and flexible for you as possible. In the mean time the shop is full of Autumn produce and deliciouslocal treats, and our toot for the boot service remains an accessible and easy option for many people.

The Farm Shop is open Tuesdays- Saturdays with Sunday collections available from the Coffee Shop which is open Wednesdays-Sundays. The Forest Adventure is open at weekends…but not last Saturday as itt was too wet! All a bit confusing and inconsistent? Apologies, please bear with us. We can’t plan more than a few days ahead, as who knows how things will affect us all next, so please check our website for current opening times when planning a visit. Please get in touch if you’d like anything bringing down.