site, a mixture of geneology ( Fraser's and Gordan's etc.) photographs
(including originals of the Boer War) and poetry (including poems
written at East Penrest). http://www.btinternet.com/~niccoleman/index.html
(some of which are in the barn and the farmhouse),
Find out more about Launceston
and the area around us.
Wonderful courses in patchwork and applique at www.cowslipworkshops.com
The Moorland Flying club teaches micro-light flying. You can have
a trial flight very reasonably.
A good site for ordering organic food and with lots of links to
organic sites isPure
The Soil Association sets
the organic standards by which we farm.
A good site for all sorts of farming and countryside issues (including
farm shops and a message board) is countrylife, at http://www.countrylife.org.uk
More farms in Cornwall doing
bed-and-breakfast or self-catering. They are not organic but most
of them are traditional, extensive, mixed family farms. www.cornwallfarms.co.uk
The Organic Holiday
site lists hotels, B & B's and self-catering where you can
find organic produce.
This site has information and links to organic gardening sites. I can't
get a direct link to work on this server, so go to this site and click
on 'organic gardening'.
This site is about factory farming and its alternatives. Some good
links, mostly USA based. http://factoryfarm.org
Topline Whsle Dist Co - Worms, vermicomposting, worm equipment,
worm supplies, worm books and lots of worm informantion.
For some other good farm diaries, link to:
Stanbridge, farming 500 acres of arable, 25 miles North of London.
An amazingly comprehensive diary that, unlike mine, keeps up to
A good example of a responsible, conventional farmer. I don't envy
him his problems with destructive humans.
Ford Farms, a small farm
near us who has just started a diary