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As uncertainity as to where your meat is coming from and with Easter fast approaching just thought we’d let you know that there’s fresh lamb on the chiller. This is from our own flock that was locally slaughtered and butchered so we know everything about this meat.

As well as joints, steaks and chops we also have lamb burgers and sausages available – all meat, no fillers.

The meat will be on the chiller for about a week before being transferred to the freezers so please let us know your requirements soon


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Signs of Spring

Today the greyness has passed and we’ve got some sunshine – at least until tomorrow! But we are also seeing signs of spring. Tomorrow those clients who keep their caravans with us only for the winter months will be off to their seasonal seaside pitches for the summer. We are also starting our main batch of lambing – you may have already glimpsed some in the fields on the drive. Soon their slightly larger brothers and sisters who have been born in the barn from October will be bouncing around as they do at this time of year. Some hawthorn bushes have also broken into early leaf so the winter is almost over.

That means it’s time to think about caravan servicing before the season starts – we have an April date for Bayliss and Sons to carry this out on site if you are interested – and how about some fresh lamb for Easter or the freezer? Just contact the office in the normal manner for these or anything else.

I guess it will be snow by Easter morning now I’ve posted this!

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Seasons Greetings

We’d like to send everyone all the best for this special and holy season. Usually you get pictures of snow and reindeer so we thought we’d be different and circulate the pictures below that David and Sue took on their recent tour to Tanzania. I should emphaise that the elephant is not our new method of slowing the traffic down on the drive (nor is it ‘in the room’ = office!) and the lion is not yet our new proposed way of collecting overdue accounts – please note the yet!



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Storm Damage

If you haven’t heard there was a severe storm over the site last Thursday with hailstones the size of cricket balls. We have something in excess of 200 caravans with damage – mainly dents on the roofs. We have arranged for engineers to come and prepare estimates for insurance claims. If you have not done so please come and check your van as soon as possible.

To view a video of the storm follow this link.

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This coming Sunday – July 8th. – there will be road closures in the villages that may hamper your access to the site from this direction. Particularly is the closure by the New Inn from 12:30 to 15:30.

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We are proud to be members of the North Waickshire Tourism Association and today their new guide to North Warwickshire was launched at Griff House Hotel. Maybe you ahve yet to discover the many attractions and rich history of this area so why not call into the office and collect a copy for yourself?

Alternatively you can visit the NWTA website for the most up to date information by clicking here.

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As some of you will know David has been off round the showgrounds again but this time for the winter fairs. Traditionally this is the time of year when the best of the livestock compete for the pleasure of ending up on the table at Christmas! He has done quite well, winning the Kile James Memorial Trophy at the Birmingham and Staffordshire Agricultural Society’s show and having the best Dorset sheep at the Smithfield Winter Fair. Now we’re all back to lambing which we hope will be finished by Christmas!

Winning at B'Ham and Satffs

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