Situated next to the stream in a quiet shady part of the garden insects and bugs can also enjoy the benefits of staying at Broadgate Farm.
Whilst Brian was bringing the cows into milk this morning he saw some lapwing chicks in the field next to the house, he thought they were about 2 weeks old.
17th June 2011we have seen lapwings, curlews, snipe, swifts and swallows whilst walking here today. What a nice quiet place to visit.2nd July 2011Farmer busy in fields, plenty of black bales, there are lots of crows, seagulls, along with curlews, lapwi…
Sand Martins at Broadgate FarmMany thanks to David Melville for taking these photo and allowing them to be used on our blog
21 st June 2011, Longest day, damp showers all daybut these bird don’t seem to mind.
These photos were taken on the farm by a visitor who has been staying
The woodpecker is back regularlyandA family of bullfinches enjoy a quiet supper at the same time.
20th June 2010lovely site, beautiful views, good length dog walk,viewed curlews, oyster catcher, rabbits, hare, blue tit, great tit, buzzards, chaffinches, swallows, house martins, lapwings, curlews and whinbrells.30th June 2010Dusk after a long hot br…
Our resident woodpecker enjoys a quiet supper just outside our new garden room.
A mother duck and new family enjoy a swim on the stream at the side of the farm house but decide to make a rapid exit when they spot me taking this photo
A pink picture
This new born calf was the centre of attention for walkers as they passed during their walk on Easter Sunday.
After weeks of only being able to access the internet by using the public access points in the libary we are now back up and running.We now have a high speed wifi internet access in the farm house which is available for use by bed and breakfast guest.I…
Steph from the pony trekking centre has an afternoon ride with Frank and Janet
Only a few feet fron the back door of the farm house 2 duck were seen recently walking by!
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Dear AnneSuzanna and I saw 24 Lapwing whilst doing the first of 5 Lapwing survey visits for the RSPB’s Lapwing Recovery Project. Last year at about the same time there were 29 birds so perhaps the cold winter has taken its toll on some of the birds. At…
We now can offer a newly refurbished single room which has the luxury of a private separate bath room complete with an electric shower over the bath.
PHOTO TAKEN APPROX 3rd JANUARY 2010 DURING SNOW
Broadgate farm on a snowy day, 9″ in 2 hoursPhotos taken at Broadgate on 21st December 2009, even the bird feeds were covered in snow!