In 2004 as we drove up to the the derelict Georgian farmhouse with it's 310 acres, it seemed an impossible dream come true, that Neil, I, and our 3 little girls, could now call this place home. As first generation farmers it was with the heady enthusiasm that comes with the naivety of the hill ahead to climb, that allowed us to we start putting the farm and its house back together, piece by piece.
With my love of textiles, it was only a matter of time before I found a way to reintroduce sheep onto the baron arable landscape, and subsequently to begin producing our own unique British yarns. I believed that we could produce a world class British yarn, that was soft enough to be worn next to the skin, but that had its own unique character. Our own fine wool flocks now inhabit the fields which had for many years seen only wheat and oil seed rape, bringing with them the insect and bird life that thrives around livestock. Exclusively nurtured and bred for their quality fibre, our flocks are managed, and sheared by Susie our awesome shepherdess, and right hand lady
Quality in - Quality Out