10. April 2016 · Comments Off on Westwell Wild Weather Weekend · Categories: Uncategorized

We were very impressed with all the hardy campers who decided to visit on the wettest and windiest weekend of the year.  Some even survived to enjoy the pleasant spell that followed the passing of Hurricane Katie.  The field is bearing up well considering the amount of rain we’ve had, and a spot of maintenance over the next couple of weeks should have any wheel marks sorted out.

16. August 2015 · Comments Off on Loddington Farm Cherry Juice · Categories: Uncategorized

The downpour on Thursday has caused the cherry crop to start to split so its no good for sale and will be juiced instead.  We will shortly be adding Loddington Farm cherry juice to the on-site menu!

24. June 2015 · Comments Off on Locally Produced Charcoal Available · Categories: Uncategorized

We now keep supplies of locally produced charcoal for sale on the farm.  The charcoal is of the finest quality and is made from from traditionally coppiced hornbeam and chestnut.  I’ve used it in my barbecue and it is fantastic stuff.

17. June 2015 · Comments Off on Haymaking · Categories: Uncategorized

The grass on the fields has been cut ready for hay making so, weather permitting, we will be turning and baling the hay over the next few days. 20150616_195315

22. March 2015 · Comments Off on Ewes and Lambs out on the Hill · Categories: Dunn Street Farm

DSC03892Some of the new flock enjoying the open air on Hill Field.  Photo courtesy of Gary, Jack Raven Bushcraft.


25. February 2015 · Comments Off on Lambing Season is Here · Categories: Dunn Street Farm, Uncategorized

20150302_153152This last week has seen the arrival of the first lambs.  This year we have adopted the big barn adjacent to the campsite as our lambing shed and when the weather improves the lambs will be moving out to the paddock.

03. June 2014 · Comments Off on Haymaking · Categories: Camping fields

The grass in the middle of the meadows used for camping is growing well with the recent combination of rain and sunshine. The grass is full of wild flowers and will make super hay in a few weeks time. I would suggest bringing wellies for the morning trip to the loos as the long grass collects a lot of dew!