A lot has happened since I last wrote my column. Our lambing season has been and gone and was quite successful this year. The spring weather has been kind to us with dry and mild temperatures, meaning we have been able to turn the lambs and ewes out quickly to enjoy the grass.
The star of this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show and now arguably the country’s most eminent garden designer, Chris Beardshaw has taken on a new role as the inaugural ambassador for ‘Bee Resistant 2018’; a national campaign that runs annually to highlight the dangers of anaphylaxis caused by bee and
In all my years in Freemasonry I have never seen a double Third Degree ceremony performed as the Third is, in my opinion, the most complex, the most difficult and the most meaningful Ceremony of all the Three Degrees.
This Monday marked the first day of the lambing season for us. Over the next 6 weeks we will have 300 sheep to lamb and take care of. We are hopeful that the weather will pick up so we can turn the sheep out quite quickly. However, with it being so wet and cold, the grass just hasn’t grown.
The New Miss Leicestershire is Hannah Davies a 22 year old performing arts teacher from Thurnby who will be representing the county in the next Miss England final- the only contest of its kind to send its winner to the official Miss World event.
The Rural Achievement Awards are now entering their second year and aim to promote and support strong, forward thinking and well connected rural communities and highlight Leicestershire and Rutland as an excellent place to live, visit, work and do business.