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Visit to East Shallowford Farm for Nativity 5th-7th December 2015

What I enjoyed at the Farm/ What is different in Battersea: “Some people think shepherds just herd sheep but they do so much more. I helped the shepherd move the Farm’s sheep along with the sheep dog. I also watched …


The Shallowford Nativity: ‘Like the Winter Rains’

Sunday Morning – 6th December 2015. Bethlehem is in the hill country of Judah, and I expect in season they got their share of wind and rain and mud. We are re-creating our own Bethlehem in the hill country of …


We are Committed to Working with Local Community

East Shallowford has been indebted to the support of local people throughout the forty years, and going forward we look to develop closer ties with Broadaford Farm and also with new supporters. We have enjoyed the association not only with …


Shallowford is Committed to its Charitable Objectives

The business plan model means that we will be in a better position to support the more economically challenged groups. Money has never been, nor ever will be, a motivation for this work. In almost every group there were those who could …


We are Committed to Bring Young People to Shallowford

It is forty years this Autumn 2015 that Elizabeth Braund and Rosemary Bird first came to Dartmoor to pilot their project, in the first instance at Bag Park Manor, with the kind assistance of Patrick Coaker. It will be forty …


East Shallowford is Committed to Being a Working Hill Farm

Being a Working Hill Farm was integral to Elizabeth’s concept and continues to be essential to going forward. There are small animals on the ‘home’ farm for children to interact with safely, and the more challenging proper engagement with the larger …


We are Committed to Accommodating Residential Groups

As the current capacity with the manager living in Shallowford is for a maximum of 6 visitors in the house, our proposals are designed so that we can house a small minibus load group, but also to have the capacity for …


Letter from Robert Musgrave MBE

C/o East Shallowford Farm, Widecombe in the Moor Dear all, First of all, I want to thank all those who have looked at the proposals for new development at East Shallowford, both those who have written or encouraged us with …


By wisdom a house is built, and by understanding it is established;

Prov 24 v.3

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Registered office: East Shallowford Farm, Widecombe in the Moor, Newton Abbot, Devon TQ13 7PW
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