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We are delighted to launch our new Countrymen’s Club on 18th November, a group aimed at men of varying abilities aged 55+ who may have worked primarily outdoors or share a passion for rural life. We set up the Club to address the need for an outdoors service for men who face life changes [...]
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On a bright, sunny afternoon our local MP, the Right Honourable Cheryl Gillan came to visit, was extremely encouraging, and said: "I was delighted to visit Road Farm and learn about their work and ventures. I was impressed by their vision to develop understanding and appreciation for farms and our countryside, and I wish them [...]
We had several farm helpers over half term, very needed as it's busy here looking after all the sheep and new lambs!
February means lambing time starts at Road Farm and Joey and Shankydd are sharing the stable barn with a pen of bottle fed lambs (sleepless nights?!)
We're participating in Let Nature Feed Your Senses National Conference in Birmingham in November, including Care Farming UK's national AGM.
We will be visiting Missenden Abbey to tell our local vibrant Great Missenden Rotary all about RFCCIC in November.
We walked across to visit our local Care Centre with The Boys, who were wonderful! All the residents enjoyed the chance to see and touch our donkeys, helping to bring back memories as well as provide special new ones. Thank you to Care Centre Manager Marie Shouler for enabling us to visit.
Today (30th July) we took delivery of our two foster Donkeys Joey and Shankydd, who are enjoying settling in to their new home with us, forming an essential part of The Team!