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Spring has sprung

April 5, 2016 by Val Morgan No Comment

With the lambing season now finished and nearly finished the spring calving we can now look forward to some warm sunny days.  The primroses are in full bloom as are the daffodils the blue bells are nearly out in the garden. We look forward to Ludlow Spring Festival and Marches Transport Festival in Ludlow castle 14th – 15th May ...

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Lambing well under way

March 7, 2015 by Val Morgan No Comment

Lambing is well on its way here at Marlbrook Hall.  With spring just around the corner these lambs are enjoying their first few days nice and cosy in the shed, also with Easter not to far away we look forward to some warm sunny days.  

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FORAGING

August 19, 2014 by Val Morgan No Comment

We have a glut of field mushrooms due to the rain this week here at Marlbrook Hall Bed & Breakfast. Guests enjoying them sautéed with butter and our own produced pork sausage and bacon for Breakfast. Its Ludlow’s 20th anniversary Food Festival on 12th – 14th September 2014. Enjoy the best of producers from Ludlow ...

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EXCITING EVENTS HAPPENING

April 25, 2014 by Val Morgan No Comment

Spring has now and truly arrived here on the Herefordshire /Shropshire boarder. On our farm planting of spring barley is underway and calving and lambing well and truly finished for this year! We have Hay Festival starting on 22nd May – 1st June 2014 with Steven Fry, Judi Dench and Mary Berry to name but ...

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OVER THE RAINBOW

May 24, 2013 by Val Morgan 2 Comments

Just taken this photo  here at Marlbrook Hall Bed and Breakfast after an evening rain storm. Hope there is a pot of gold at the end of it!

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SHEARING TIME AT MARLBROOK HALL BED & BREAKFAST

May 22, 2013 by Val Morgan No Comment

Its shearing time here on the farm in north herefordshire, at last the sun is shining so its time for the sheep to have their fleeces off.  We have about 800 sheep to do so back breaking job.  We have 4 people shearing and it takes three days to do.  The fleece is wrapped into a ball ...

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