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South Devon College

I would just like to say a great big thank you to a lovely group of young people from South Devon College.

We were lucky enough to have them come along to help us out as part of their volunteering for their Duke of Edinburgh’s award. 207 more words

Frozen Ground

The frosts seemingly endlessly follow the recent clear night skies with a monotony that should bore, yet still the scourging of the garden continues to delight. 272 more words

Piers Cooper

Almond Biscuits

These almond biscuits are easy to make and even easier to eat. I think this is a Greek recipe but it was given to me by an Italian relative. 178 more words


Where the Cider Apples Grow

One of the pleasures of living in Hereford is the sweet aroma of apples that often fills the air. When Herefordians aren’t growing cattle, they are growing apples. 885 more words


A Beautiful and Positive Gift

Orchards of tall trees are a wise way of sharing the land – a beautiful and positive gift to those who follow.”

Sue Clifford, Co-Founder of…

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The Other L.A.

The drive is cloudy and rainy. Crossing through the countryside one can’t help but feel that Southern malaise that really shines around the holidays – town after run-down town with little blown-out roadside stores; country roads with homes that seem to sag amidst overgrown, rusty fields; front yards strewn with late-model inflatable Santas that flail in the wind. 609 more words


Work party in the orchard

Last week’s work party spent a lovely day planting and guarding trees in the orchard.

The weather started off dull, but the sun soon came out for us. 87 more words