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25
Jan
2011

Beekeeping Workshop

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Nick Wills, assisted by his Huntstile residents bees, is teaching an intensive weekend workshop on how to look after bees and produce honey. This intensive 2 day course is a good mixture of practical hands-on experience working with the bees, alongside the relevant knowledge and history that you will need to look after your own […]

20
Oct
2010

Diamond Days!

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Congratulations Frank and Marjorie! Married for 60 years on Thursday – well done! Marjorie and Frank were joined by their 5 children and lots of grandchildren for a great party with over 90 guests, celebrating in style at Huntstile Farm with a very tasty roast lunch. What a fantastic achievement, you are an inspiration to […]

26
Aug
2010

Shelley & Dan

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We received this lovely photo this morning from Shelley and Dan who celebrated their wedding day here on 4th August. I must mention Shelley’s mum who made the most beautiful cake with icing flowers that I thought were real! Family and friends decorated the marquee and house, and then had a jolly good party, great […]

8
Aug
2010

Frank & Marjorie

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Here are John’s mum and dad, Frank (92 years young) & Marjorie (89), preparing some of their home-grown vegetables and flowers for the Spaxton Flower Show (they are an amazing couple – and you should see thier veg garden!!) ….results to follow 🙂 x

7
Aug
2010

Spelt harvest

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We have just harvested the spelt that we grow for Roger Saul at Sharpham Park in Shepton Mallett to transform into organic spelt flour and other organic goodies. The field looks amazing, I walked the dogs across there tonight and the views are breathtaking. Spelt is an ancient relative of wheat, recorded back as far […]

2
Jun
2010

news….

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The walnut tree was really late coming out this year but its doing really well now, and – we’ve got baby walnuts! They may be teeny weeny – but they are definitely there, with the little flowery tassles on the ends. After our first hard winter for some years everything seems so much more vigourous […]

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