Spring Time on the Farm

by | 16 May, 2020

What has been happening …..

The rain finally stopped and the land had chance to dry out which meant Edward was able to get the spring drilling done just in time …. huge sigh of relief. The fields have started to turn a lovely shade of green again. 
 
The horse chestnut trees are just coming out in flower giving St Margaret’s church a beautiful back drop. 
 
The honey bees are becoming very busy, rearing the larvae by collecting pollen and they are starting to fill up the frames with delicious honey too.

MAIZE MAZE

MAIZE MAZE

The maize is growing super fast and it is already at least 5ft tall, the paths have now been created and the clues are being hidden as I type. We will be open EVERY Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday throughout August, 10am - 4pm. At only £2.50pp it is an...

Sheep Incoming

Sheep Incoming

We have just welcomed 50 Romney gimmers onto the farm as part of our new venture to become sheep farmers. We will gradually be building up our sheep numbers by purchasing good quality tups which will run with the ewes later in the year so they produce lambs next...

Fire Pits Now Available

Fire Pits Now Available

With Spring finally here what better way to celebrate than to purchase a fire pit ....................... the evenings aren't quite warm enough to stay out too long but with a roaring fire and a bag of marshmallows there's no better reason to! We have a huge selection...