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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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Beautiful Balloons Over Corsham Field Farmhouse

May 22, 2018

We had some impromptu visitors pass through on Saturday. We are on the route for a balloon company and several Saturday evenings we have seen these magnificent balloons drifting gently by over our fields. This Saturday was even better than usual because they came right over the house and we even had a conversation with…

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Circular pub walk in Chadlington. A lovely way to spend a few hours

May 19, 2018

This week we managed to grab a few hours to enjoy the lovely sunshine so we went for a short circular walk around Chadlington which is only about eight miles from us. There are four easy circular walks which incorporate Chadlington; we chose the shortest which is about three miles. We had worked throughout the…

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Bluebells at Foxholes Nature Reserve in the

May 5, 2018

Bluebells at Foxholes Nature Reserve #Cotswolds Foxholes is a tranquil nature reserve that was once part of the ancient Wychwood Forest. The site slopes gently down to the river Evenlode and has wildlife and colour throughout the year. The beech and oak trees are centuries old and 200 species of fungi have been recorded here.…

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Long tailed tits in our garden

Apr 13, 2018

We are lucky to have a new family of long tailed tits visiting our garden. They are such a delightful sight. These little birds have tails longer than their bodies and are about 14cm and have a tiny, tiny beak. They weigh only 7 – 10g. They seem so brave these winter days. They always…

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Farmers’ Markets in The Cotswolds – low food miles, tastiest and freshest food.

Mar 10, 2018

For an authentic taste of The Cotswolds why not take the opportunity to take home some fresh produce? Our Farmers’ Markets are full of the best quality, home-reared meats and organic vegetables as well as cheese, pies, honey, breads and even arts and crafts items. This is a really easy way to support our local…

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Wildlife Walk around Adam Henson’s Cotswolds Farm Park

Mar 5, 2018

Despite being crispy cold this Sunday it was a lovely, clear sunny day so we made the most of it and took a trip to Adam Henson’s Farm. In addition to the Farm Park there is a short walk of 2 miles or an even shorter version of 1 mile. This is accessed near to…

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