About admin

Widdershins Morris dancer, writer, part time farmer and melodeon player. Author of several sheep keeping books and also Kindle fiction stories including THE INBETWEEN THE DIGFIELD CONJUROR HOW TO BOIL AN EGG    
Website: http://www.suekendrick.co.uk/suesbooks
admin has written 138 articles so far, you can find them below.


NEEDWOOD AND SOUTH DERBYSHIRE NOON COLUMN WALK

This Noon column walk begins and ends at Jackson’s Bank car park.   Jackson’s Bank car park (Grid Ref: SK139.232) is situated in woodland on the right-hand side of the minor road (off A515) leading from Newchurch to Hoar Cross. The walk is 5 miles and a little hillier than the other walks with approx. […]

Full Story »

MEASE AND SENCE NOON COLUMN WALK

This walk begins and ends at Grange Wood in South Derbyshire. (Please note, this is nowhere near Sence Valley Country Park, Ibstock!) There is a small car park (Grid Ref: SK265.143) in Grange Wood which is situated on the right-hand side of the minor road leading from Overseal to Coton in the Elms. The postcode […]

Full Story »

MELBOURNE PARKLANDS NOON COLUMN WALK

This walk begins at the Staunton Harold Nursery and winds its way through the Staunton estate to the secretive nature reserve at Dimminsdale before returning to the Noon Column. There is plenty of parking at the back of Staunton Harold Nursery – LE65 1RU (car park charge £1) Directions to Noon Column: Walk out of […]

Full Story »

Noon Column Walks – A Jolly Good Walk With A Difference!

During the summer of 2017 ROOTS Community Singers took their songs and music into the great outdoors to celebrate the history, folklore and the lovely countryside of the National Forest. These walks are now available as electronic downloads for everyone to enjoy! There are six walks in the series ranging from easy to moderate and […]

Full Story »

King’s Arms May Day Revels

once we finally had a lovely afternoon for our May Day Revels.  The weather was mainly sunny and fairly warm which made a change from preceding years when we have usually been frozen stiff or blown away. Held at the King’s Arms, this lovely old pub on Coleorton moor provided a fitting venue for a […]

Full Story »
Page 2 of 28«123456»1020...Last »

Subscribe To Folk On The Farm!

Enter your email address to subscribe to Folk On The Farm and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Exclusive Folk T-Shirts

Life would be better if we wore more bells!