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February Visitors Farm Reflections

February Girls Transition Group to East Shallowford Farm The Group: The girl’s ages ranged from 11-13 years. Three had been before, but for the others it was a fresh adventure. We call this the girl’s transition group. They are part …


  Something for you to think about…..       Something – or someone(?) – to smile about….    


What is this jelly? Why is it so gloopy? What are the spots? Why is it in the cold water? How did it get there? Why is there so much of it? Where is the frog? Can I hold it? …

Renewing freindships

We have started 2015 looking back at friends of Shallowford who we havn’t seen recently. If you have been invloved in the past and not so much recently but would like to, please do get in touch. It would be …

Dartmoor in Winter – the sleeping beauty

It is that time of year when everything seems to be waiting for something. It is often wet, windy and cold with glimmers of sunny crisp days to keep us hoping. Out on the moor during those times we seem to …

The trustees team grows

Last year we were joined by two new trustees, Jon Doble and Malcolm Hunter. Both have brought a raft of new skills to the share with the team. They have been very active working on the buildings and compliance elements of …

The wild animals honour me, the jackals and the owls, because I provide water in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland, to give drink to my people, my chosen,

Isaiah 43:20

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