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Missing Sheep

4.20pm Sunday 23rd June

Three Zwartble sheep, black with white faces, a ewe and two lambs, are missing from a field by Wash Meadow House. If anyone sees them about or has noticed anything suspicious in the area please contact Graham, tel. 07770 ***** or 07956 *****.

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Added 8.45pm. The sheep are now home safe and sound, thank you to all who looked out for them.

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June Parwich Film Show

A very special showing this month:  The BAFTA award winning Best short film about our local Ashbourne beef farmer, Jay Wilde, who struggled with sending his cattle to slaughter.  Jay and his partner will be on hand afterwards to answer any questions.

fILM LARGE POSTER

https://vimeo.com/266870594

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYb-wkehT1g

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A very special showing this month:  The BAFTA award winning Best short film about our local Ashbourne beef farmer, Jay Wilde, who struggled with sending his cattle to slaughter.  Jay and his partner will be on hand afterwards to answer any questions.

fILM LARGE POSTER

https://vimeo.com/266870594

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYb-wkehT1g

(more…)

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A very special showing this month:  The BAFTA award winning Best short film about our local Ashbourne beef farmer, Jay Wilde, who struggled with sending his cattle to slaughter.  Jay and his partner will be on hand afterwards to answer any questions.

fILM LARGE POSTER

https://vimeo.com/266870594

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYb-wkehT1g

(more…)

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A very special showing this month:  The BAFTA award winning Best short film about our local Ashbourne beef farmer, Jay Wilde, who struggled with sending his cattle to slaughter.  Jay and his partner will be on hand afterwards to answer any questions.

fILM LARGE POSTER


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Escaping Sheep

Thanks to Caroline G for this –

Who owns the field which you walk through passed the toilets and up towards Littewood behind Stubley? There’s a break in the stone wall and several sheep and lambs are climbing over it through to that little hillock. Dogsdil is it called?

 

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