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Gate post broken

Sun Aug 27, 2017 8:42 pm by Gary M Jones

Just in case anyone is not aware, the main gate post at the field entrance is broken at its base just at ground level. ( the bolt side post) The post is only supported by the fencing attached to it. If the fencing fails then the post will fall and …

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Bring back the sheep

Post by Brian Colclough on Tue Oct 01, 2013 11:38 am

I've been going through some old photos over the last few days and came across this which shows perfectly how much smoother the field used to be when we had the sheep grazing there in the winter, it's hard to tell where the field ends and the strip starts. Sadly I doubt we'll be returning to those days Crying or Very sad 

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