Open Gardens and Smokie the Cat

As I sit at my PC writing this blog another of the thundery deluges we have been having this week carries on outside and I am joined by the newest member of our family – sitting on my lap and purring loudly. Smokie the cat started off in our garden as a feral who tentatively […]

Spring has Sprung

Spring has definitely sprung in Inglewood House’s garden – and the grass has risen enough to need cutting, too. The birds have all paired off and are busy nesting. We have several nest boxes dotted around and most already have residents. There have even been tree-top fights between magpies, crows and squirrels over ‘prime real-estate’. […]

Looking Forward to 2016

I can’t remember who coined the phrase “unseasonable weather for the time of year” – but it certainly has been! As we bade our final guests of the year farewell, David & I noticed that the first daffodil shoots are already nosing out of the ground. Fortunately the extreme weather experienced by some other parts […]

Talking about the weather

Well, here we are in the second week of September. Shall I be terribly British and talk about the weather? Over the last few weeks we have had atrocious rain and there was even a mini Tornado in a village 3 miles north east of here! I am so pleased that the weather abated for […]

Harvest 2015

Well, here we are in the middle of August and the grain harvest is in full swing. All the fields surrounding us are being Combined and they have just started on the field at the back. It’s a race to get it all done in time before the forecasted rain. Its always an exciting sight […]

Welcome

Hello and welcome to our new website! As I sit writing, a copy of our local Village People magazine has just plopped on to the door mat and just looking through it confirms the theory that your own home territory is not always fully appreciated as an area of interest. www.village-people.info Just flicking through, there […]