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South Devon AONB
The South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is a living landscape recognised as a National Treasure by the UK government
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South Devon AONB 6h
Want to experience some fab local food drink & crafts -come to the Mid-Summer Fayre this Saturday 11am - 4pm.
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South Devon AONB 7h
Big thanks to the Camp family for hosting @camp1433 Also to all the - friends and family who wore the 'ASK ME' badges We couldn't have managed without you!!
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South Devon AONB 7h
Come along and try your hand at milking buttercup our wooden cow - butter making and a range of crafts
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Katrina Davis Jun 12
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David Camp Jun 11
Just about recovered from the fantastic fantastically rewarding inviting 350 friends neighbors and public onto our farm to talk all things agricultural. Thanks to all our helpers and for supporting us.
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South Devon AONB Jun 10
Can’t wait, will be great celebrating fab food drink and crafts from the
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Simon Wintle Jun 9
At for - with - loads of visitors looking round this farm and lots of kids activities
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South Devon AONB Jun 9
Thanks for visiting OFS19
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South Devon AONB Jun 9
Congratulations Team Camp, extended family and friends . Lots of hard work paid off! Fantastic day talking to families about food production in
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South Devon AONB Jun 8
Thanks for all the resources to help us put on a great day tomorrow We are looking forward to seeing you all tomorrow especially our newly arrived goats
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LEAF Education Jun 7
It’s LEAF Open Farm Sunday this weekend – 9th June! Go visit a farm near you and see farming in action. Find a farm near you
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South Devon AONB Jun 7
near Totnes Devon, meet the cows-sheep-goats- chickens and the farmers Dave and Helen. Find out how they tear their animals for and join in the farm treasure hunt!
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South Devon AONB Jun 7
June 2019  AONB News -
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Steven Falk May 29
Great to hear on Costing the Earth & really hoping the new Environmental Land Management Scheme can prioritise Prawle Point & other top insect sites that are in trouble. The expertise is out there but we need to work more closely with us.
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Andrew Whitehouse Jun 7
Really excited to find Nomada sexfasciata yesterday with - I have been reading/writing/talking about this species for around 15 years, and this is the first time I have actually seen it!!
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Buglife Jun 7
Yesterday our & found England's rarest bee - the Six-banded nomad bee (Nomada sexfasciata) and its host the Long-horned mining bee (Eucera longicornis) at Prawle Point in South Devon. Thanks for verifying .
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Active Devon Jun 4
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