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Dates for your diary

Dates for your diary

It’s the first of November, a good time to get organised for the festive season ahead. Before you get caught up in a whirl of social engagements and Christmas parties, dig out your diaries and make sure you don’t miss out on some of the fabulous dates we have planned at Daylesford. On the subject […]

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Dates for your diary
A Field Guide to Foraging Autumn’s Hedgerows

A Field Guide to Foraging Autumn’s Hedgerows

At Daylesford we are looking forward to celebrating autumn at our Harvest Festival later this month. Our excitement is being fuelled by the hedgerows and verges ripening with the mellow fruitfulness of the season. The early glimpses of the bright, glossy berries peeping out of our hedgerows are a sign of the colourful and delicious […]

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A Field Guide to Foraging Autumn’s Hedgerows
Our “Daylesford Discusses” Events

Our “Daylesford Discusses” Events

One of the things we love about food is its universality: everyone has to eat and most people enjoy eating. Beyond this shared collective experience however, many topics within the world of food can be complicated, controversial and even divisive. We wanted to create an open forum to help explore and illuminate a wide range […]

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Our “Daylesford Discusses” Events
Farm & Field Volume 3: Celebrating our Sainfoin

Farm & Field Volume 3: Celebrating our Sainfoin

This was a week to be grateful for our tremendous sainfoin crop. It started on Monday with the excitement of seeing a partridge and a brood of eight tiny chicks scuttling along the field margin. At this age the partridge chick is highly dependent on insects for protein and a good start in life. Shifts in UK […]

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Farm & Field Volume 3: Celebrating our Sainfoin
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