Monday, 6 July 2015

Forthcoming events...........Jurassic fields Music festival

Jurassic Fields Music Festival 2015


Following on from last year's very successful event, Jurassic Fields one day festival in Bridport will take place on 11th July 2015 from 10am -11pm at Askers Meadow, Bridport.

Offering a family a day out of fun and entertainment Jurassic Fields will be showcasing the best music, food and entertainment the...

More details available on there website http://jurassicfields.com/

Friday, 3 July 2015

July Bed & Breakfast availablity........

DOUBLE (KING BED)   3rd-8th, 11th-17th, 19th-21st, 23rd -25th

DOUBLE  3rd- 6th, 12th-17th, 19th-21st

TWIN  3rd-6th, 12th-17th, 19th-21st


Minimum booking is 2 nights. Costs are £38 per adult per night and children are charged according to age, please see our website

Single nights maybe available 7 nights before your arrival date.

ADVANCE SINGLE NIGHT available in the Double and Twin rooms for the night of Thursday 23rd of July. Costs are £45 per person.

Sunday, 28 June 2015

July Self Catering availablity and costs...............

THE HAYLOFT
WEEK Friday 3rd -10th, 10th-17th or Monday 29th June - 6th, 6th-13th. 
was £850.00 now £765.00 
WEEKEND 3rd-6th, 10th-13th was £638.00 now £574.00
WEEK 17th-24th was £990.00 now £891.00
 
THE STABLE  -
WEEKEND Friday 3rd- Monday 6th @ £540.00  now £495.00
 
COURTHOUSE FARMHOUSE -
WEEK Monday 6th-13th or 10th-17th was £1330.00 now £1197.00, Friday 17th - 24th @£1665.00 now £1499
WEEKEND 10th - 13th was £997.00 now £897.00
 
COURTHOUSE DAIRY -   
WEEK Friday 17th - 24th was £1610.00 now £1449
 
TAPHOUSE FARM -
WEEK 20th-27th was £2250.00 now £1900.00
WEEKEND 24th-27th was £1687.00 now £1425.00

Monday, 22 June 2015

Forthcoming event..................Beaminster Festival

Festival of Music & Visual Arts 2015 (27/06/2015 - 05/07/2015)

The 2015 Beaminster Festival Of Music and the Visual Arts includes a brilliant programme of music, both classical and jazz, literature and an art exhibition of the work of local artists, potters, sculptors and furniture makers.

Please check there website for more information.
http://www.beaminsterfestival.com/index.html

Thursday, 18 June 2015

A place to visit................

Lyme Regis is a lovely place to visit whatever the weather. Theres are plenty of quaint shops, gorgeous beach, harbour, fishing, theatre, cinema and museum plus more.......... It has lots of history, landmarks, culture, geography (fossils) and much more check http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyme_Regis for more interesting information and facts

Wednesday, 17 June 2015

Latest B&B availability....for June

King ensuite room  Friday 19th - Sunday 21st of June
Double and Twin ensuite rooms from Thursday 18th till Friday 26th of June.

Monday, 15 June 2015

NFU BACK BRITSH FARMING - WHAT OUR CHILDREN THINK.............

http://www.nfuonline.com/back-british-farming/news-channel/school-children-want-to-visit-farms/#

Healthy Eating Week highlights school children want to visit farms

Last updated: 05 Jun 2015
More than four in five primary age school children have said they would like to visit a farm to find out more about where their food comes from, a new survey from the British Nutrition Foundation has revealed.
The NFU says that these statistics, released for Healthy Eating Week, an event the NFU supports through the Back British Farming campaign, show that food and farming is a subject that people of all ages can engage with and can help them to make more informed choices about the food they eat.

The survey also found:

  • 27% of primary school children said they had never helped to cook a meal at home;
  • 39% of secondary school children said they would be more likely to buy or eat food if it was produced in the UK;
  • 63% of secondary school children use the internet to find out more about how food is produced;
  • 8% of secondary school children have never cooked a meal from scratch; (27% haven’t grown food before)
  • 70% of teachers are more likely to buy or eat food produced in the UK.