'Tourist' my shiny backside! This was planned way in advance. Scum.
All this money being spent on cycle routes and it appears that we'll have a beautifully flat piece of real estate from Exeter to N. Abbot (at a minimum) within 10 years that would serve perfectly. P.S. Can I have one of the tunnels for mushroom farming?
A quick search on Facebook reveals boths men originate from Sunderland.
I live in Holcombe and have had 28 tonne tipper trucks driving up the lane next to my house for months now (as witnessed by the demolished wall opposite my house). I just live with it. Someone's doing some work....so what? But then I'm not yet a whinging git!
AKA The Widows Penny. Worth about £100.....if anyone would want to buy it.
@leatash I've tried myself but people (esp. holidaymakers) don't get it because they've never seen what the sea can do. Infact a 2m x 2m x 2m wave will weigh about 8 tonnes - and no one will stay standing if hit by that!
I've got a large amount of well rotted horse manure which I usually sell - many tons. I'll swap some for mini-digging a couple of shallow, narrow trenches for digging in a couple of small polytunnels (same location) if you're up for it?
If it's for your garden plants Andy you won't want to use new stuff. The urea burns the roots - you'll need well rotted manure (known locally as Christmas Cake!). The current President at the RBL Branch used to do it by the trailer load - might be worth a phone call. Or pop in to Be Repaired in Park Road - he owns it or works there.
As I understand it, a solar farm can still be 'farmed'. Apparently, sheep farming can still be undertaken as the sheep graze between and under the panels. Also, again apparently, ewes like to lamb in the shelter created beneath the panels. Seems an ideal solution for struggling hill farmers...if their fields face the right direction. I imagine that free range chicken farming would ...