"Wilding and Well-being": our 2019 book ...
The Trust's 2019 annual book: 'Wilding and Well-being' will be launched at a small party in the Aldeburgh Bookshop, at 6 pm on Friday 6th December. You can read more about it here.
25 Nov, 2019
Herd on the wires
The Trust's small herd of rare breed British White cattle has increased in 2019, with the birth of two heifer calves and one bull calf. November has been mild and there is still plenty of grass at o...
23 Nov, 2019
Through July and August, Miranda and William Kendall have generously allowed the Trust's small herd of British White cattle to graze on organic pasture at Maple Farm. This break was planned to allow...
03 Sep, 2019
Another Prize for Premier
This year's Royal Norfolk Show (26 & 27 June) was designated a Centenary Celebration Show for the British White Cattle Society. Following the success at the South Suffolk Show of our first home-...
30 Jun, 2019
Adders Tongue Fern at Orchid Glade on 2nd May, with memories of our Open Day at Fromus Valley on 1st June.
12 Jun, 2019
Great Crested Newt Survey
The Ecology Consultancy has been contracted by Natural England to test selected Suffolk ponds for the presence of Great Crested Newts. The survey will help Natural England create maps of suitable ar...
03 Jun, 2019
Hawthorns at Simpson's Fromus Valley
Hawthorns at Simpson's Fromus Reserve: can we distinguish two species? Botanical recorders tend to walk eyes-down at Simpson's Fromus Valley Reserve, exploring the ancient semi-natural pasture flora....
30 May, 2019
A Prize-winner and a birth!
A PRIZE-WINNER: Under the gentle handling of Philip Baskett, the Trust's first-born pure bred British White calf Fromus Premier (above) has learnt to be led on a halter. At the South Suffolk Agric...
24 May, 2019