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     Shaun and Mel, two wwoofers from Hayle, came to help on the farm for four weeks, and left last Saturday – many thanks to Shaun and Mel for their help whilst here, and we wish them all the best.
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    Here at Bosavern Community Farm we have continued to produce and supply boxes of fresh, local, seasonal veg, most of it grown here on the farm, right through lockdown and the Covid pandemic to date. We deliver on Fridays to Cafe Art in St Ives and the Redwing Gallery in Penzance for collection, or you […]
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    Gary, from Glasgow, was the last of our lockdown crew to leave the farm, having been with us for 5 months since late March. We were blessed with a team of 4 WWOOFers and 3 staff during most of lockdown, plus large numbers of local volunteers. Gary, on the right, picking kale in the market garden […]
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     Yasmin picking tomatoes. Yasmin and Joel (both from Hereford) volunteered for one month, and have moved on to other WWOOF farms in the UK.Lunchtime in the farmyard – Joel, Luiz, Yasmin, Bal, and Gary.Bal picking French beans. Bal came down from Birmingham for the whole of August.Luiz picking French beans with Gary. Luiz, from Belgium, […]
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    For the past two weeks we have been lucky to have Holly doing a work placement on the farm for her veterinary degree. She looked after our 400 free-range hens every day from 07:30 till 15:00, which was a great help to us, and we hope that she learnt a lot whilst with us. Many […]
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    Although lockdown has eased we are still supplying about 95 veg boxes per week to the local community, almost double the number we were supplying at the beginning of March. We are taking on more customers, so please get in touch if you want to join our scheme. Caroline packing our own hand-dug new potatoes.Joel weighing […]
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    Radio Cornwall broadcast a small piece about our veg boxes this morning, which can be found by following this link and skipping through the time to 08:42:-https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/live:bbc_radio_cornwallWe would like to clarify that the majority of produce in our veg boxes is grown here on the farm and although we are not certified organic, we grow […]
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    Photos of goldfinches taken on the farm last week by Shelley.
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    Reis and Maris, from Falmouth, came over to help on the farm for three weeks, and left yesterday morning. We'd like to thank them for all their help during their stay, and wish them all the best for their summer.Maris (centre) and Reis (right) packing veg boxes with Nick last Thursday.We'd also like to thank […]
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    We have recently re-opened our veg box scheme to new members, please contact us on vegbox.bcf@bcents.org to enquire or ask for a joining form. We have also delivered our final veg 35 boxes to Pendeen School as they have now broken up for the summer – many thanks to the school for their mutual support […]