We’ve had some big storms since we’ve moved into Home Farm, but Storm Ciara has inflicted more damage than all of the others put together.Continue reading The devastation of Storm Ciara
Without getting into the specifics, we have been objecting to a controversial proposed development that threatens the environment, landscape and wildlife. As part of the ecological reports, it’s been flagged that this proposed development may have an adverse effect on bats. Being proactive members of the community, we contacted the Bat Conservation Trust to make them aware of this.Continue reading Ineffectiveness of the Bat Conservation Trust
After a long day out in the field today, Leopold came home, had his lunchtime biscuits and decided the best and most comfortable place to relax and have a nap was on our Indian lion in the garden room.
It’s been a frenetic period for us, so it was nice to switch off for a few minutes and enjoy our first snowdrops of 2020.Continue reading Our 2020 snowdrops are out
I came across this very recent post (January 27, 2020) on the Strutt & Parker rural hub website and was outraged by the lack of insight and research relating to the perception of British farming.Continue reading Misleading farming article from Strutt & Parker