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Roundoak June/July 2014 newsletter

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Roundoak Hebridean Lamb & Highland Fold

Captain Jack Sparrow Visits Roundoak direct from the Black Pearl moored on the river Medway 

Roundoak farm had an unexpected guest to celebrate Eddie Stenings 4th Birthday.  Captain Jack Sparrow came direct to the farm from his ship, The Black Pearl which was anchored on the river Medway. Eddie is a great fan of Captain Jack, in fact he is his hero.  He was somewhat shocked and surprised when the swashbuckling pirate turned up to wish him a happy birthday.

Captain Jack spent nearly an hour at Roundoak entertaining Eddie and a number of his friends at a private birthday party that was organised in the woods at Roundoak farm at Sutton Valence.

Roundoak is a working farm specialising in the breeding of Hebridean Sheep and Highland Cattle.   All the children had a great afternoon at the farm, the highlight of the day was the unexpected guest.

Maidstone's Best Kept Secret has been Granted a Permanent Home

Roundoak based at Sutton Valence and home to some 500 Hebridean Sheep and 80 Highland cows and calves has been granted planning permission by Maidstone Borough Council for a permanent agricultural dwelling (Read more)
 

Scottish Invade Roman Hilltop Fort in Kent

Far from Hadrian’s Wall down in the garden of England Hebridean sheep from Scotland are invading one of the first
pre-Roman Iron Age hill forts in Howfield Wood between Chartham Hatch and Harbledown, Near Canterbury called Bigbury Camp.  The excise is Conservation Grazing (Read More)


For more information about Roundoak Farm please check out our websites:

roundoak-hebridean.co.uk

or

roundoak-highland.co.uk

Roundoak Farm 
Heniker Lane
Sutton Valence
ME17 3ED

01622 844491

email: info@roundoak-hebridean.co.uk

 
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