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Win prizes at #DaylesfordHarvest: new competition categories announced for this year’s Harvest Festival

Win prizes at #DaylesfordHarvest: new competition categories announced for this year’s Harvest Festival

We loved your homemade cakes, jams and artwork so much last year that we are making the competition tent even bigger and better at this year’s Harvest Festival, taking place on Saturday 22nd September 2018. It’s a wonderful opportunity to get creative, show off your skills and hopefully win some fabulous Daylesford prizes for your efforts. […]

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Win prizes at #DaylesfordHarvest: new competition categories announced for this year’s Harvest Festival
What to do over the summer holidays

What to do over the summer holidays

With a long, hot summer stretching ahead, let us help you with some ideas to keep the whole family busy, alert and content until school starts again.  

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What to do over the summer holidays
Lambing tours at the farm

Lambing tours at the farm

Lambing tours at Daylesford are a brilliant family day out to celebrate the onset of spring and new life on the farm. This year we are holding our lambing tours on 7th April 2018 and we hope you can join us at our Cotswolds farm. Our Senior Farms Manager Richard and his team love showing guests […]

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Lambing tours at the farm
The importance of muck heaps, by Tim Field

The importance of muck heaps, by Tim Field

As well as providing a giant breakfast bowl to sustain birds during winter, the muck heap is a valuable tool in the battle against soil depletion, as Tim Field explains In the quiet of a crisp winter’s morning a gentle plume rises from a field edge. The remnants of a bonfire? No, it is steam […]

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The importance of muck heaps, by Tim Field
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