The Countryside Restoration Trust was very grateful to be the chosen recipients of a £500 donation, on Friday, from local company, Global Inkjet Systems.
The Cambridge Rustics will once again be meeting on Saturday 13th at Bird’s Farm 9.30am and you are invited!
Our hardy volunteers will be given the choice of what they would like to help with, out of the following:
- Clearing ivy and brambles from around the Barns at Warners Corner
- Pulling up ragwort als at Warners Corner
- Continuing the Balsam Battle!
All are welcome!
Please bring appropriate tools (some provided) and of course gloves, if you are able. A Ploughman’s lunch will be provided, so please us know if you are planning on attending and if you would like lunch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Drinks etc provided as usual.
Hope to see you!
It is with great pleasure that we can announce, that following a long and arduous process, we have found an almost perfect farm in Dorset.
We are sorry to announce that due to unforseen circumstances, we have had to cancel this year’s Festival of Farming, Food and Wildlife at Turnastone Court Farm, that was scheduled to take place on Sunday 26th June.
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