Today’s NHS is a basket case
There’s good news for Richard Wood fans: their children can still buy alcohol 24 hours a day and any high street will still sell them legal highs.
Trouble with roaming locals
Freedom to roam is long established north of the border and Nick Adames has had some bother from the locals.
Ludicrous change in hedge cutting rules
Well the wet weather of August continued, giving a total rainfall of over 130 millimetres or five plus inches – around about twice the average monthly rainfall for Doddington
Help train more shepherds
In spite of an horrendous start to the year they have done very well – and for some, rather too well
Prices have gone through the floor
We have had the best growing season in the last 30 years, with almost all crops doing, looking and yielding really well. Most dairy herds have been producing exceptional levels of milk since the early spring and, apart from a short dry spell in July, grass growth produced fine yields of silage and hay. But during this time, the price of almost everything we produce has tumbled to or through the floor.