We are located 4 miles north of Cirencester, between the villages of North Cerney, and Woodmancote. From A435 you take the turning towards Bagendon, go up past the Church to the T junction. Turn right towards Woodmancote and Scrubditch Farm is approximately 100 yards on the right. The Care Farm is situated down the drive, up the track on the left.
From A417, turn off at Perrotts Brook/Daglingworth, and proceed towards Perrotts Brook. Just before the A435, turn left towards Woodmancote. Go for approximately 1 1/2 miles and Scrubditch Farm is on the right, just past the Bagendon/North Cerney Cross Roads.

Sunday, 10 November 2013

post half term

The students are back, and we have had a busy week - the decking is finished, and the disabled toilet is done - although we still need to do some 'cosmetic' work - i.e boxing in the pipework - oh and add a lock to the door, as we have taken out the internal locking doors...!
NEVILLE! our pure bred Wiltshire
 Horn Ram we have been very
kindly lent
'Nev' with his Ewes....nearly
there -  only two more to go!

'Neville' our ram is getting on famously - he arrived last Monday (see photo) and is proving very popular with the girls on the Bank!  They really love having such a big field to roam around in - albeit being gently pursued by Nev!

The shed hasn't gone up yet - it's taking much longer than we thought to get the floor sorted.

The hens are back laying slowly, and looking much better having finished moulting!  We have put the bantam mum out with her chicks into the main run, but in a hen run on their own for a week or so.

My little Friday helper!
Annie !
We are busy getting all our produce ready for selling at The Christmas Fair at the Frogmill Hotel, Andoversford - do hope you can all make it.

Gerry and i went to do a 'breakfast talk' at the Severn Vale Rotary Club this week - at 7.30am! Everyone said how much they enjoyed it, and it was great to get our (well mine at least!)first talk  under our belt.

   Our final weaner is going off tomorrow, so we are looking for 4 more - preferably Sandy and Oxfords again - to keep the Gilt company, until she goes off to the boar.