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Penbugle Organic Farm is situated between Bodmin Moor and Dartmoor, the largest national park in the south west of England.

The South East part of Cornwall has many places of interest to visit on foot, bicycle, car or on horseback. The village of Duloe has its very own Stone Circle; this is the smallest stone circle in Cornwall and goes back to the bronze age. It is nestled between the deep valleys either side containing the Looe and West Looe rivers and is close to the ancient market town of Liskeard with independent shops and eateries, and a thriving arts scene. Looe fishermen land what is considered some of the finest fish in the country, so why not buy some fresh and then barbecue them that night under the stars? And at Polperro just along the coast, visit the smugglers museum and find out more about Cornwall’s notorious smuggling history! We’re also only a few miles away from the world-famous Eden Project.

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Mysterious Stone Circles Near Penbugle

June 20th, 2019|0 Comments

Across the UK, there are many fascinating monuments dating back to ancient times. From the northern-most reaches of Scotland to the dramatic Cornish countryside, mysterious stone circles dot the landscape. The famous ones include [...]

Following the ‘herd’ …

May 4th, 2019|0 Comments

Welcome to the second and final part of our cattle blog. For this 'chapter', we are now in high summer and we’re just about to explain how our cattle are separated as the year [...]