We participated in a schemeover the past 12 months known as the RSPB Volunteer and Farm Alliance where volunteers from the RSPB come and survey our farm for bird species. Overall 44 species of bird were identifed on the farm with 7 of them being of high conservation concern and 16 of medium conservation concern. Some on
Ian and I had great fun today with Colin the Camera Man from Green Traveller. They are in the Broads area creating videos of tourism businesses with green credentials. He arrived straight after we had served 18 breakfasts so any attempt I had made earlier to do my hair and look good for the camera
Hannah greets us with a smile For sure its what we’ll see She welcomes us with delicious scones And a lovely cup of tea We’re taken to our room It’s lovely fresh and clean everythings’ nice with a comfy bed And all is good and never mean The dining room in the morning All flowers
Yeah, the sun is shining. It is still a little chilly, but real sunshine and blue skies here at Dairy Barns! We’ve escaped most of the really bad weather here in Norfolk – don’t get me wrong, we have had our fair share just not as bad as other parts of the country. Pleased to
When all at once I saw a crowd A host of dancing Daffodils; Along the Lake, beneath the trees, Ten thousand dancing in the breeze. The waves beside them danced, but they Outdid the sparkling waves in glee:- A Poet could not but be gay In such a laughing company: I gazed – and gazed
And here it is – our first proper BLOG. We hope to share with you a whole range of musings, observations, Dairy Barns news and the odd funny story thrown in for good measure. But before we get too carried away, we thought we should do some desk research into what a BLOG actually is….
Dairy Barns has a new look, just in time for a cosy winter and the start of a brand new year in 2013. We have launched a brand new website with the help of local tourism professional Clare Millar from Whoop Marketing and Holt based web agency Cyan Commerce. Dairy Barns has a fresh new
Dairy Barns is one of eight local businesses that is showing its love for the Broads through a brand new scheme that encourages visitors to raise funds for special projects that will protect and conserve Britain’s Magical Waterland. The Love the Broads campaign was launched on Wednesday 5th September 2012 at Horning Swan Green. It