October newsletter

It’s fair to say that summer really is over now.  The leaves on the trees are turning to rich shades of red and orange, and the floor is carpeted with those that have been blown from the trees in the recent high winds.  There is something very special and comforting...

August 2019 newsletter

It feels like the blackberries have come early this year….not sure whether they have or not but the long dry spell followed by a short period of inclement weather may have tricked them in to thinking that Autumn is on the way!  Although the drop of rain has been...

Newsletter

The bluebells have virtually gone now, but they’re being replaced by all manner of exciting flora and fauna.  There is something very beautiful about the wild verges on the country lanes, which on initial inspection look like they are sporting 20-30 different shades...

Spring is nigh…..

No matter where you go now, you’re never too far from the heady fragrance of the wild garlic.  The hedgerows and woodland floors are carpeted in rich, green leaf and will soon be adorned with their pretty little white flowers which will only accentuate their aroma. ...

Things that make us smile!

The weather may not exactly be wall to wall sunshine, but the signs of spring are ever more present! The Wild Garlic is starting to break through, the Primroses are becoming more abundant, and there are even the first signs of the Bluebells coming to life.The mice are...

Spring is in sight

Midwinter has been and gone, but the festivities continue! The damp weather seems to be settled in and there has been very little frost, never mind snow in Brambly Hedge, so the ice ball is yet to happen.  When the snow does come, there will be no excuses needed to...