Archive | October, 2011

Caring for a Cotswold

The Cotswold is descended from flocks that were grazing the green grass of England in Roman times but this friendly breed is endangered and we need your help to keep this important breed alive and rocking (legend has it Neil Young used the them as a direct inspiration for his hairstyle). Adopt our rare breed […]

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Gloucester cattle

Ed describes another of the farm’s rare breeds- the two inquisitive Gloucester heifers

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The importance of the Cotswold

Farmer Ed talks to us about why the Cotswold sheep are such an important fixture at Mary Arden’s Farm. This ancient breed enjoys popularity at The Farm due to its affable temperament and rather fetching 1980′s hairstyle. Help us keep this inquisitive and friendly breed alive to inspire retro haircuts for many years to come […]

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Transition Stratford

Ed interviews Barbara Cooper from Transition Stratford who talks about the good work the organisation do and their partnership with the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust

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