Newsletters

2017 Autumn

Welcome to our latest newsletter! In this edition we reflect back on the last six months of activity on the farms. We’d particularly recommend reading Kirsty’s story to get a really good flavour of what a week of muck and […]

2017 Spring

Welcome to our latest newsletter! In this edition we introduce our new Trustee, Justin Albert, share a little about the schools who have visited us in the last six months, and look forward to a number of events coming up […]

2016 Autumn

Have a read of our latest newsletter, including news from our farms and forthcoming events, including Michael Morpurgo and Virginia McKenna performing The Best Christmas Present in the World on 2 December at Exeter Cathedral. We are also looking for […]

2016 Spring

Have a peek at our latest newsletter with a slightly different look for our 40th year!  Read on to find out what’s happening at all of the farms and see how you can get involved.  Don’t forget to check out […]

2015 Autumn

We’ve filled our latest newsletter to the brim with tales of muck and magic fresh from the farms, have a read to hear our latest news and to get involved with one of our most exciting years! Autumn Newsletter 2015 […]

2015 Spring

We have lots of exciting projects to look forward to this year, and you can get involved with all of them! From the hunt for new tractors, to our 40th Birthday celebrations just around the corner. Read on to find […]

2014 Winter

Winter Newsletter 2014. We’ve got so much news this winter, we’ve had to double the size of the newsletter. Read on for farm stories, minibeast hunting and to hear from our new Chief Executive, Tessa Stone.

2014 Spring

Have a read of our newsletter and catch up with the farms during a very busy spring!  

2013 Winter

Our Winter 2013 newsletter is filled with fundraising news and farm updates, after a glorious summer we were looking forward to Wick Court’s honey, new donkeys for Nethercott and the pig sty restoration for Treginnis.

2012 Spring

In our Spring 2012 newsletter we say fairwell to Mike Plant who retired after 22 years at Treginnis. We visit Wick Court’s buzzing bees and Helen tried her hand at mucking out pigsties!

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