As some of you will know we lost our dear son Geoff who used to write this blog with his lovely sense of humour and photos,with sudden cardiac arrest in June. We struggle to carry on & will be doing our best in 2019 .Our best wishes to you all, Liz & Pat

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Mrs P. Cooke
Great Prawls Farm
Stone-in-Oxney
Tenterden
Kent TN30 7HB

Telephone: 01797 270539
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Lambs Ahoy!!!

April 01, 2016

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Here`s looking at you kid.
A face only a mother could love?

It's Spring time, lambing is in full swing and our first guests of the new season have just settled in! It feels good to finally start welcoming people to the farm after what seems like a long time completing renovations, making little improvements and generally ensuring both of the cottages are spick and span. We hope everybody approves of all our hard work but most of all, enjoys their stay!

Officially we started lambing on the 1st April but things always tend to get going a few days early and I can safely say that there have been lambs popping out all over the place (highly technical lambing terminology). I haven't had time to get down to the lambing fields today but I am sure we have over 100 now. The great thing about our farm trails is that you are able to see the lambing in action and the shepherd at work. You can get some great photos if you are quiet and careful and take care not to spook the sheep or get too close (the mothers are very protective).

The bluebells are going to be early this year by the looks of things and our guess would be that in another two or three weeks time they will be looking fabulous. We are really booked up now but we still have a couple of weeks available in late May / early June and a last minute break next week in Tamworth.