9th November 2010
The rain's falling, the wind's howling, and we're all knee deep in mud (apart from the animals, who are snug in the stables). It's the start of another closed season at Totnes Rare Breeds.
Visitors sometimes ask why the farm has to close. We really wish we could stay open, but a glance now would tell you why. And, of course, if we didn't close, when would all the exciting improvements get done? There are plenty of plans afoot for next year, and although we won't tell you too much, they involve lots of wildlife watching, more weather-proof areas, and some cute furry rodents. By Easter Totnes Rare Breeds will be even better, (but not bigger), than before.
Before we disappear into the mire, everyone would like to say well done to all those who took part in a very successful Art Day on the Thursday of half term. The rain held off and the atmosphere was lovely - check out the photos below.