It was a great pleasure to welcome a group of students from London's Latymer School back to the farm for the second year running. This year they brought 25 pupils for a full day of educational activities, including:-- Learning about our black bees, and why pollinators are so important in the food chain and nature.- […]
Our tomato vines are now in full production, with even the first few fruit ready on our third successional sowing. This year we have a wide selection of mainly heritage varieties of all shapes, sizes, and colours, including; sungold F1, ruby, costoluto di Fiorentina, gardeners' delight, zuckertraub, yellow submarine, golden queen, chocolate cherry, orange banana, […]
As usual we have had invaluable help from a changing team of WWOOF volunteers over recent weeks:-Quentin, from France, helping to clean out the chicken sheds.Sara, from Western Australia, looking after our chickens. Sara came with her daughter Jona for ten days, and both were a great help.