Christmas Orders

CHRISTMAS ORDER SHEET 2015 Print this out by clicking on the link.

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May news

At present we have very little evidence of any produce in the Shop. There are just a few Swedes and a daily supply of eggs. The reason is that we are just between seasons. Behind the scenes, we are busy! The cereals have been sown for stock feed, the potatoes are in the process of […]

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Grants for traditional boundaries‏

Farmers and landowners in the North York Moors have benefited from grants totalling £64,400 last year to plant and restore hedges and dry stone walls. The funding came from the National Park Authority’s Traditional Boundary Scheme (TBS) which was set up to assist the maintenance of these key characters of the local and national landscape […]

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Work to save Yorkshire’s last remaining freshwater pearl mussels

Microscopic young of the endangered freshwater pearl mussel were given a helping hand recently by conservationists from the North York Moors National Park and the Environment Agency. The work was carried out as part of the Esk Pearl Mussel and Salmon Recovery Project which aims to reverse the decline of Yorkshire’s last surviving population of […]

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Look out for Lost Sheep in Pink Jerseys

Between June and September 2014, visitors to the North York Moors and Yorkshire Coast will be surprised to see a variety (in different forms) of ‘pink sheep’ popping up all over the North York Moors – in shop windows and other areas of villages and various tourism attractions. Ranging from large sculptured sheep to those […]

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Latest photos from the farm

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Visit a local moorland farm – Open Farm Sunday

Two farms in the North York Moors National Park will be throwing open their gates to visitors on 8 June 2014 as part of Open Farm Sunday. Stonebeck Gate Farm, Fryup and Fowl Green Farm, Commondale will be hosting a variety of activities to highlight life on a moorland farm and the vital role farmers […]

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Half term fun on the North York Moors

Fun-packed family adventures are on offer this half term in the North York Moors. The National Park Authority has teamed up with East Barnby Outdoor Centre and the National Trust for events that enable people to explore the area on two feet, two wheels or even with a paddle! To gear up for the Grand […]

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Vegetables arriving mid June

At the moment we are happy to provide you with our lovely organic, free range eggs in the shop but veg-wise you’ll have to wait until mid June when our first veg of the season is brought down from the fields. We’ll have cabbage, lettuce and pak choi then, depending on the weather of course, […]

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UK National Parks ‘Space to Grow’ photo competition offers chance to win Merrell footwear

It is often said that the UK’s National Parks represent the essence of Britain – its past, its present, and its future. This year’s UK National Parks photo competition (14 April – 28 May) is aimed at highlighting the latter of these assets and celebrating the people who will carry the spirit of Britain’s breathing […]

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