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Outdoor Work: reaping the fruits of their labour...

In Outdoor Work we have been very busy gathering the harvest produce on our doorstep and making it into all sorts of delicious winter goodies. Just some of the things we have been making are: Apple and tomato chutney, pickled rainbow beets, poached pears in elderflower champagne, elderberry cordial, hay cordial, hay salt (trust us, it’s delicious with roast lamb – Maldon sea salt with smoked hay from the Bedales fields), jam, hedgerow jelly using crab apples and hawthorn berries, plum compote, cider vinegar, apple pies, cakes, bread, pizzas…. 122 more words

Extreme Athletes May Benefit from Vitamin C Supplements

Cold season is upon us and even the latest scientific technology can’t prevent us from catching a cold. The lack of a real “cure” has led to all sorts of crazy remedies, including Epsom salts and onions (even I don’t know what’s going on with those!). 783 more words

Health And Beauty

Lakeside beginnings

By Keith Budge, Headmaster, Bedales Schools

This was the scene early yesterday morning at Hayeswater by Hartsop, close to Ullswater in our magnificent Lake District.  If a dog could use a selfie stick I imagine that this is the kind of photo it might take.  360 more words

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The Islander and the Gardeners

Sometimes I hated taking these jobs, which was ridiculous because anyone would give their eye teeth to get a job one like that. But it was also nuts how much money people could spend on lawn maintenance. 4,845 more words


Virgin Media is officially Ireland’s fastest broadband network – certified by Ookla Speedtest. This outdoor and press creative connects Virgin Media and speed in no uncertain terms. 12 more words


Tuingebouw met een gedeelte overdekt terras (2).

Een tuingebouw met een gedeelte overdekt terras. Twee deuren geven toegang tot aparte ruimtes binnenin. De rechtse deur is extra breed omdat daar de fietsen en een grasmaaimachine worden gestald. 8 more words

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End of term news from ODW

On Sunday 12 June, Rob the shearer came to Bedales to give our 45 Jacob sheep their annual haircut. This gave us over 50kg of fleece which we have been busy sorting and combining with last year’s in order to send off and have spun into yarn to make blankets and shawls ready for Christmas. 152 more words

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