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Goodbye to the Shetland Sheep

Every year we host a small flock of Shetland sheep. They are at the campsite to graze of the camping meadow during the winter. The sheep browse some of the scrub vegetation and eat back any excess grass left from the summer.

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Sussex Snow flurry arrives at the campsite

There has been a lot going on at the campsite recently. The sheep have been busy grazing the camping meadow which was dusted in snow last week when the much awaited thunder snow failed to arrive.

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Sussex sunrise at the secret campsite

How's this for a sunrise. Today i have been out assisting the sheep by clearing some of the south facing grass banks around the campsite.  We are very lucky in Sussex where we get lots of sunshine during the summer.

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Sheep arrive to graze the camping meadow

This weekend we took delivery of our small flock of mixed sheep who are tasked with grazing throughout the campsite. Our flock of sheep comes from down the road in the Sussex village of Offham, just near to the Blacksmiths Arms.

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