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 summer flowers and grasses to bloom and seed on Simpson's Fromus Reserve. The summer growth now needs to be grazed, to go into winter at the optimal height of 5-15 cm. On Wednesday 4th September (2019) , Philip Baskett will bring back to Fromus our bull, four cows and a heifer calf. For the first weeks, they will be in the eastern pastures, but will move to the far end of the reserve for the blackberry open morning at Fromus, on 28th September (2019).
Orchid Glade, 28th July
Orchid Glade, 18th July
In anticipation of abundance
A remarkably tall specimen!
lnvaders in Fromus river pool
Fromus midsummer meanderings
Glade tidings, a toast and a chaser
Fromus Premier leaves for pastures new
Fromus Valley's medieval period
Metal-detecting foray at Fromus
C12th hydraulic repairs restored!
More Spring photos: all up to scratch!
Cows, calf and cowslips
"Daily exercise" photos
Cattle head down to new Long Meadow grass
A trouble-free birth: Shilling shines!
Accessibility to the website
A welcome and a homecoming!
Highlights of the AGM
AGM & "Wilding and Well-being": our 2019 book
Suffolk Naturalists' Annual Conference
Herd on the wires
Another Prize for Premier
Great Crested Newt Survey