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Monday, 1 September 2014

Rescue dog

This is our resident German Shepard dog. He was rescinded two years ago by GSD rescue. 


This is today's guestbook comments page 

Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Ample Parking

There is ample parking here!


Helicopter parked at Soulton Hall, for more details about this please go to this page of our website.

Saturday, 26 July 2014

Harvest 2014 moves on to Wheat

Harvest 2014 has now moved on the wheat. The above field, the Mill Field, which was begun today, is growing milling wheat this year -- set to become bread in the coming weeks. 

Tuesday, 22 July 2014

BBC Countryfile Competition

Along with BEst Loved Hotels and BBC Countryfile, we are running a competition.  More details can be found here.

Good luck.

Thursday, 17 July 2014

Eco sustainability.

The solar array has been in place for two and a half years and has generated over 100 000 kWh. And the ground sorce heating plant has been operating for ayear and created a similar output of clean energy. 

Pictured at some for the 204 solar panels which run our site. 

Wednesday, 16 July 2014

Harvest 2014 underway

The 2014 harvest has begun. This is the first load of oil seed rape. It came off at 10 per cent moisture. 

Saturday, 12 July 2014

Fledging blackbirds

This week a family of blsckbirds are learning to fly in the courtyard. 


This is a crop of peas, just south of Soulton wood on the farm at Soulton Hall. 

Friday, 11 July 2014

White garden

This is the view over the white garden earlier today. 

This garden was laid out in 2005 and is often used to celebrate weddings. 

Baby calf born

Below is a picture of a day old calf born at the farm at Soulton Hall last week. We are mainly an arable farm bu the ancient archeology on the farm means that we have some grazing fields close by. 

Thursday, 10 July 2014


Potatoes being irrigated on our farm earlier today. 

These are set to become Walkers crisps. 


This is a baby pheasant chick found separated from its mother while setting a seed bed for some of next year's cropping.  It is very cute, and now back with its mother.  

Wild life conservation on the farm

This is a conservation corner, which is left free of crops (wheat in this case) so that it is available for wildlife.

This sort of setting supports, among other things, small mammals which in turn support their predators, such are barn owls, of which there are now thought to be only 3,000 breeding pairs in the whole UK. We have at least two.

Tuesday, 29 April 2014

Visitor's Book

Visitor's Book

Here are some pages from our visitor's Book.

Thursday, 17 April 2014

National Green Award

H&V Awards 2014 – Renewable Project of the Year

Soulton Hall has been nominated alongside Stiebel Eltron and Total NRG for the H&V Awards 2014 – Renewable Project of the Year.  This is reflecting the work in the ground source heating project.  
According to the nomination notificaton:
"This is one of the industry’s leading titles; being shortlisted is a great achievement and testament to your strong commitment to sustainability and innovation."
The awards themselves take place at the Grosvenor on April 24. 
Click here for more information. 

Blubells in Soulton Wood

Bluebells in Soulton Wood

50 acres of bluebells burst into flower in our private woodland 

To find out more click here.

Wednesday, 9 April 2014

Moot Hall Restoration

The restoration of the Moot Hall is now complete.

Here are some pictures.

These pictures were taken by Parallel Imaging 

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