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Sloe Gin – proper gin, no sugar.

Oct 29, 2018

Sloes are out in force this year, I think they are earlier than usual because of the hot dry summer we have all enjoyed. All the country lore tells us to wait until after the first frost, however I fear that if we do that they will have withered away. So, we have been picking…

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Daylesford WellChild Christmas Fair. 05 – 07 November @daylesfordfarm #cotswolds

Oct 22, 2018

The Daylesford Christmas Fair supports WellChild, the charity that supports children with serious health issues by providing support and enabling them to live at home rather than in hospital. Last year the Fair raised £80’000 for the charity. This is the Event to find perfect gifts or even a special treat for oneself. The 200…

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Duck and Blackberries – an autumn recipe

Sep 15, 2018

There is an abundance of blackberries at the moment and we have been making the most of them. We pick ours above waist height so that there are plenty left for wildlife and to avoid dusty fruit. The blackberries are delicious as they are but they also make a great accompaniment in the form a…

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Blenheim Horse Trials @BlenheimHorse

Sep 7, 2018

Blenheim Horse Trials attracts the World’s best riders and thousands of visitors who come each year to watch this three day event – which is actually four days now. Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials run from 13 – 16 September this year – now the 28th year of this fantastic competition. The first three days…

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St Nicholas Church Oddington ‘Doom’ Wall painting

Aug 31, 2018

Just over a mile from us is the 11th century St Nicholas Church in Oddington. The church is located about 1/4 mile along Church Lane from the centre of Lower Oddington. (Don’t get mixed up and go to the larger modern, 18th century parish church on the high street). This is a charming church in…

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Daylesford Cookery School – @Daylesfordfarm

Aug 3, 2018

This week Robert and I and some other local business owners were invited to Daylesford to meet the chefs at Daylesford Cookery School. James and James prepared some very tasty nibbles for us and told us all about the Cookery School. They are both very knowledgeable and amiable and all the guests enjoyed the evening…

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Julie Anne’s Iced Lemon Verbena and Mint Tea Recipe – super for summer

Jul 18, 2018

We are really enjoying this wonderful summer and my favourite drink at the moment is Iced Lemon Verbena and Mint Tea. We are lucky to have both of these in our garden. This has a delicious clean taste, is completely natural and contains no caffeine. I do not boil the herbs because I think it…

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Stow on the Wold Motor Show – 14 July 2018

Jul 8, 2018

Stow on the Wold’s Motor Show begins at midday on Saturday and runs throughout the day until 10:30pm. Over 200 vehicles will be displayed, however this isn’t just a collection of classic and vintage cars; motorised vehicles from lawn movers and agricultural vehicles to supercars will all be featured. There will also be driving demonstrations…

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National Gardens Scheme – Open Gardens throughout the Cotswolds @NGSOpenGardens

Jun 17, 2018

The National Gardens Scheme has been in existence since 1927 during which time it has donated over £50 million to nursing charities throughout the UK. People with exceptional gardens are invited to open their gardens to the public on one or two specific dates during the year. Money is raised from entrance fees and the…

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Cycle the Cotswolds – Splendid cycling routes for all abilities

Jun 3, 2018

Cycle the Cotswolds – Splendid cycling routes for all abilities We have some first-class cycling routes in the Cotswolds. One of the best ways to enjoy the countryside. Many of these routes run close by Corsham Field Farmhouse and we are even located on some of them. Most routes are circular which is super handy.…

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