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Putting Sheepdrove on the Map

A full colour update of our Sheepdrove map and walk for Sheepdrove farm stay guests at Woodend and the Boathouse. We have talented book illustrator and web designer (and Juliet Kindersley’s brother) Tim Martyn to thank for the map. His book Story Time is a family favourite.

The Sheepdrove round walk starts from the tree lined courtyard with its central cast iron farm animal sculpture, through the herb garden, down the grassy walkway under the archway through our ancient woodland to the rushy long lake and back past the cattle barns and the silos (soon to be converted to farm stays fingers crossed) and the market garden to the courtyard and the pole barn with gypsy caravan.

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Wedding Open Day

Looking for a wedding venue that offers a modern rustic vibe, hidden away in beautiful unspoilt countryside? Sheepdrove is hosting wedding viewings on Sunday 2nd

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Renewing Renewables

Our various solar arrays are receiving essential servicing this summer to make sure they’re fully functioning for the winter. Sheepdrove’s events venue and farm office

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Harvest is Underway

Harvest began on July 25th with the winter oats. With the weather on his side Gavin has finished the rye, winter oats, winter wheat and

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Let There Be Light!

The rustic pole barn on the central courtyard that is home to the gypsy caravan can now lit up at night for evening weddings and

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Refresh!

Sheepdrove will be even brighter and more beautiful the next time you visit thanks to a nice new lick of paint for the green building

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Owl Babies

A feast of fluffiness courtesy of accredited BTO bird ringer and owl man Captain Jerry Woodham ably assisted by Sheepdrove’s Mike Barker. Apparently a breeding