"Tails from the farmers wife" covers the funny and interesting happenings on our lovely holiday farm as well as Coombe Mill cooking secrets and parenting posts. I love to blog about my life as as working mummy and wife to farm

Owner: Fiona_Cambouropoulos

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Latest Blog Posts for Coombe Mill - Tails from the Farmers Wife

  • Create your Woodland PartyHere on the farm we love to embrace nature. Alongside our farm animals if you sit in a quiet spot on the farm all manner of wildlife will pass you by. However for those less patient we have a fun woodland trail to hunt down our wildlife statues cunni...
  • A Farm Riddle
    on Feb 28, 2016 in On the Farm
      Question How do you let animals roam safely and the cars pass through a field without having to open and close gates to the road ? Answer Install cattle grids!     Well it may sound simple but actually this project has been rumbling...
  • Welcome sunshine on the farm
    on Feb 27, 2016 in On the Farm
      Finally we saw the sun reappear. I became a little over excited seeing our soggy farm bloom again and found myself out snapping away rather than working in order to soak up the rays and appreciate the beauty around me. As a result I've struggl...
  • Strong boys on and off the pitch
    on Feb 26, 2016 in Country Kids On the Farm
    Country Kids from Coombe Mill I mentioned a couple of weeks ago that Guy and Jed had taken up Rugby; they absolutely love it and will go out in any weather, happily rising on a Sunday morning when previously they would lie in.   I'm keen to sup...
  • Maths made active and funWe all know the importance of learning maths from a young age. It is one of the core subjects that all children need to learn yet it may seem unfair how some kids just 'get it' while others ponder. It may be hard to iron out natural inequalities howe...
  • Welcoming the Savvy Londoners
    on Feb 21, 2016 in On the Farm
    We have a lovely herd of Fallow deer here on the farm, but despite growing up with us they are still very shy remaining just out of reach on the morning feed run, yet delighting us with their stylish prance and charm. With only one fully grown Stag,...
  • Half Term On and Off the Farm
    on Feb 20, 2016 in On the Farm Travel
    I can't believe half term is almost over. It felt like such a long term for the kids at school and mine were definitely ready for some free time. Here on the farm we had been working really hard to finish a number of projects ready for opening and to...
  • Country Kids from Coombe Mill
    on Feb 19, 2016 in Country Kids
    Valentine's Day Farmer Nick and I managed an epic fail on Valentine's Day not even managing a card for one another despite the fact we were engaged 21 years ago to the day. I saved all my creative ideas to use with the guests for a Sunday Activity Ho...
  • Hope for tired winter skin  Winter can be tough on our skin, the cold, the rain and in and being in and out of different temperatures all takes their toll; for Mums add to this endless hand washes with cooking, washing up and nappy changing. With children I'm the first t...
  • SBS Event 2016Theo Paphitis Small Business Sunday (SBS) Back in 2011 I was lucky enough to have a tweet from Theo Paphitis that made a difference. It brought me into a community of fellow small business owners all of who, just like me, are passionate about wh...
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