Discover the Secret Life of Cows with Rosamund Young – at the Master’s House, Ledbury on Tuesday 13 March

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can u buy tinidazole over the counter Rosamund lives and works at an organic farm, Kites Nest, on the edge of the Cotswolds, where she continues a tradition of treating animals as individuals with varied personalities.

Her book The Secret Life of Cows was republished to critical acclaim last year and became a publishing hit last autumn. Her observations of a lifetime rearing ruminants makes for a remarkable read. Find out more about Araminta, Black Hat and Dorothy. You will never see a cow in the same light again. Continue reading “Discover the Secret Life of Cows with Rosamund Young – at the Master’s House, Ledbury on Tuesday 13 March”

Full details of the Ledbury Big Breakfast now available

French Toast at the Market House Cafe 2016

Ledbury again celebrates our wonderful local food with the 6th Ledbury Big Breakfast taking place on Friday 26th, Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th January. 19 local venues in and around Ledbury will be taking part on one or more days in this event organised by Ledbury Food Group to celebrate our local food and drink producers and retailers and breakfast. Continue reading “Full details of the Ledbury Big Breakfast now available”

Local is the word at Trumpet Corner Tea Room and Art Gallery

We are very lucky in Ledbury and District to have some super places to eat – a view confirmed by entries on Trip Advisor. What is more, most of these feature food and drink products from the local district.

When Jo Stephens took on the Trumpet Corner Tea Room and Art Gallery just over 2 years ago she realised the importance of using local produce. “People appreciate good quality food from local sources and our regular customers recognise that local sourced food means keeping money in the local economy.” Continue reading “Local is the word at Trumpet Corner Tea Room and Art Gallery”

Big Apple Harvestime celebrations 14th and 15th October 2017

Herefordshire has plenty of reasons to celebrate English apples, orchards and cider and the annual Big Apple weekend offers a special opportunity to enjoy the autumn countryside on the Marcle Ridge. The event is based on nine venues in and around Much Marcle – and cider and perry making will be in full swing at seven of them! Continue reading “Big Apple Harvestime celebrations 14th and 15th October 2017”