Spring and new life on the farm is always a joyful time on the calendar, as we witness the long-awaited births of some of our animals here at Coombe Mill Farm.
Whilst we were away for a few days visiting Penzance, Lands End and the Lizard Peninsula, storm Arwen decided to hit. We returned to quite a site…
Despite the lack of consistent Summer weather this month, when the sun has been shining we have tried to take full advantage of it.
July was the month we were preparing for in anticipation of the lifted Covid19 restrictions and for School Holidays Fun on the Farm. Our guests have now been enjoying our newly constructed tractor-trailer rides.
Our rescued deer ‘Friendly’ has been looking extremely pregnant and along with the guests, we have enjoyed watching her tummy move as her fawn was kicking inside her.
One of the best things about Coombe Mill is the freedom and exploration the children can have. Whilst exploring further up the lane, we found a beautiful hidden away waterfall.
Spring is always a joyful month in the animal calendar, but it has been an equally exciting month for us all here at Coombe Mill, as we finally opened our doors to a full house of new guests during the week of April 12th.
Our second Easter lockdown has arrived, but the first one for us as new owners. It seems so strange observing Spring awakening the farm without any guests.
We had an exciting day last week when Merlin and Arthur were born. New Life and changes on the farm is such an exciting time.
We’ve been making the mose of our time during lockdown to make some changes around the farm which we hope you’ll be able to enjoy soon