Yes seriously - environment, farming, new opportunities & OneHutFull Phase Two post-Brexit...it may sound a tad dry but it is going to shape the way we farm, create rural businesses, consume and look after the environment for the future
Many, many years ago when I went to my first Hatherleigh Carnival I was bowled over by the raw, pagan energy. The town pulsed and throbbed with a force that was completely alien to me. The cold dark night, the glittering spangled floats, the bands, the fi
Due to the interest you've shown in our white (luecistic and albino) red deer I thought it would be good to share a piece I wrote back in 2007 immediately following the death of our famous and legendary luecistic white monarch (affectionally known loc
The story of Matilda, our Whiteface Dartmoor textiledermy ewe's head is extraordinary and rather special. Matilda's story began a month or so after our OneHutFull launch at Exeter Cathedral in February 2015.
I received an email out of the blue from a
Shearing, sorting, phoneless, receptionless. This shearing story happened a few years ago on our way back from a week in Scotland. One of my sons was farm sitting. Things always happen.....landline broken/mobile reception atrocious
‘Anything I need t
The hut was back out on the road last week, and there was a great turn out for the River Cottage Spring Fair... a huge thanks to Amanda for the following write up!
This post originally appeared on Amanda's Wanderlust - Sustainable Travel Blog
Sheep shearing - you know what they say? Cast not a clout till May is out. Much of what we do is seeped in folklore & legend....
“Oh hi. Simon, it’s Paula. Time to shear the sheep I think. I know. Yes, of course - definitely…we’ll go after th
Come and join OneHutFull at the Stylish Lifestyle Show Pentillie Castle this weekend 16-17 April. There's loads to see and do. Learn to braid like the Vikings with Lorraine or try your hand at drop spinning with Jean and her spindles.
My last ewe of 2016 was due to lamb today Wednesday 23rd March.
I needed to plan for an important and exciting meeting in London ahead of the OneHutFull's 2016 tour.
No problem, I'd arrange it for the week following Easter. Lambing would be done
'Cr-r-ruck' the raven calls...
It's late afternoon - I'm walking back from the New Land. The dogs skelter along the top of the ridge. A thin north wind cuts through my overalls, needles my face, waters my eyes. The patchwork countryside stretche