Reasons to be Cheerful (part 1 – birdsong)

Despite relentless rain we can gain great hope from the gradually lengthening days and a few early snowdrops emerging from the sodden ground. With black Friday and blue Monday now behind us it is time to shake off any glumness and find a tonic to cheer yourself up. Pull on your wellies and go out … Continue reading Reasons to be Cheerful (part 1 – birdsong) »

Craving for Carving & Longing for Learning

Grasses, sedges and rushes

Our 2014 programme of courses and workshops is chock a block with exciting new introductions as well as some of our forever popular subjects. We will continue to be adding to this programme, particularly from May onwards, so watch this space.     Don’t forget that you can now buy course vouchers in £15, £25 and … Continue reading Craving for Carving & Longing for Learning »

Season’s Tweetings!

A recent highlight at Denmark Farm was the sighting of a kingfisher from the lakeside hide. At this time of year, juveniles are looking for territories of their own and can often turn up in gardens and local ponds in the hope of a quick snack. The lakeside hide provides an excellent viewing point, with the entrance to the hide concealed … Continue reading Season’s Tweetings! »

Unique Eco Christmas Presents from Denmark Farm

We are regularly asked if we do vouchers for our courses and workshops at Denmark Farm Conservation Centre. So we thought we had better satisfy demand and help provide you with unique Christmas presents for someone special in your life. If you are struggling to decide what to buy a loved one and prefer not … Continue reading Unique Eco Christmas Presents from Denmark Farm »

Twelve Sparkling Days of Eco Christmas Shopping

    Christmas can cause headaches for many of us, who prefer not to waste money on endless, useless stuff likely to end up in landfill. But it can also be hard to completely opt out as we don’t want to be seen to act like Scrooge by our nearest and dearest. So, why not embrace … Continue reading Twelve Sparkling Days of Eco Christmas Shopping »