LINDA Is LEAVING DENMARK FARM! “I can’t believe how quickly the last 3 years have passed by!! I started working here at Denmark Farm back in August 2018 on a one year project called Get Active for Wildlife and then was lucky enough to have more funding for another two years with the project Cadw … Continue reading Linda is Leaving!
A guest blogpost written by Deborah Camp, one of our Conservation Volunteers at Denmark Farm, after taking part in a Stone and Soil Banking course, along the historic Green Lane, during June 2021. I have always wanted to have a go at dry stone walling so when this course came up I was first in … Continue reading Rocky Road to Green Lane
You may have heard these expressions – ‘Blind as a bat’, ‘Bats in your hair’, ‘Bats in the belfry’! Well actually they can see, and they don’t fly in your hair as they use echolocation to find their way around in the dark to find their food and to avoid bumping into things. Also, they … Continue reading Bats are Brilliant!
A short blogpost written by recent guest Sue Rickard Staying at Denmark Farm is to be immersed in nature. We were there in May when everywhere was full of spring flowers and the new leaves on the beech trees were soft and silky, creating great canopies of greenness that one could stare into, dreaming of … Continue reading A May Stay at Denmark Farm
We are delighted to announce that we have been granted £4,000 by The D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust to offer a subsidised food growing course and work with volunteers to manage our kitchen and wildlife gardens during 2021. The grant will also enable us to extend and upgrade our covered outdoor classroom area; allowing us to … Continue reading Growing for Wildlife