Recapitulating the great migration of English agricultural workers to the cities of 100+ years ago, rural hedgehogs are now moving to suburbia. If you would like to keep Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle in your Fulking garden and discourage her from moving to Mile Oak, then you need to offer her some incentives. You could, for example, provide a hole in the fence that would allow her to enjoy the fine slugs that your neighbours breed on their lettuce patch. Or you (or your children) could even build her a house.
Please join us on our working family farm for our annual lambing open days. We open the farm gates for visitors to see us at our busiest time and share with us the hustle and bustle of our farmyard during lambing. Visitors will see newborn lambs and maybe a lamb being born, an amazing experience. We are keen to share the respect and care we give our sheep and the vital role they play in managing the precious species rich chalk downland on the South Downs. Other highlights include bale climbing, pigs, tractor and trailer rides (weather permitting), BBQ, and vegetarian food from the Wildflour Cafe.
We are having an outing to Coombes Farm, BN15 0RS, next Wednesday, 27th March, and anyone is welcome. We will meet there at around 10:00/10:15am to see the lambs and go on a ride up the Downs. Check the weather — warm clothing may be appropriate.
A set of three events, two of them dramatic, at (i) St. Nicholas Church & Bramber Castle, (ii) St Mary’s House, and (iii) Sele Priory. Click the Bayeux Tapestry for the details. Admission is free but you will need to book time slots very soon after you read this (one slot has already ‘gifted out’).
In the Village Hall on Saturday 8th December from 6:00pm to 8:00pm. Entry free but please bring a dish of savoury finger food for sharing. Mulled wine, etc.