Monthly Archives: April 2018

A pocket full of Rye

Drawing on what we learnt from our ‘gap year’, we returned to Rye to continue our exploration of a new-to-us part of the country. We stayed at the same lovely b and b where we stayed last year, and visited … Continue reading

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Money matters

Below is a post originally published on the Bath City Farm blog.  I thought you might find it interesting – I’m sure the issues raised apply to all small charities and community groups.  I hope it illustrates our struggles to … Continue reading

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