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Farm Business Innovation Show

Exciting news! We’re exhibiting at the Farm Business Innovation Show next week, 8th and 9th November at the NEC.

If you need advice on how to diversify your rural business with water, come and see us on stand 934. Our splashpad expert Greg, will be holding a not to be missed speaker event. Other speakers include Michael Evis, Doug Gurr and Geoff Sansome!

You can register here for free tickets before the event http://www.farmbusinessshow.co.uk/

We look forward to seeing you there!

Netherton Farm natural swimming pond

Holiday homes with a natural swimming pond!

If you are looking for a holiday venue with something unique to offer then we recommend you consider Netherton Farm near Kingsbridge in Devon – it has a natural swimming pond!

We recently converted the pool there from a traditional chlorine treated system to a naturally filtered BIOTOP swimming pond. The pond is partially heated to take the chill off and is open for use between May and September. Sally and Laura who own and run Netherton Farm wanted to get away from the constant reliance on chemicals to keep the pool clean and opted for a naturally filtered system to let nature help do the work.

The natural pool is full of life and it is possible to see amphibians hiding in the planted regeneration zone while dragonflies dart around over the water. There is always something interesting to see as you would expect with a living biological system. Swimming in a natural swimming pond is a unique experience and perfect for those who want an alternative to swimming in chemically treated water.

Sally and Laura are the most welcoming hosts so if you are looking to get away and fancy swimming with nature you should give Netherton Farm a try.


For more information on converting your pool to a natural pool visit our web page HERE

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Environmental Impact Assessment at Woolcombe Farm

Our client wished to construct an amenity and conservation lake in the valley below his property on this secluded Dorset farm. Unfortunately the only appropriate site for aesthetic and practical purposes was contiguous to, but not part of, a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). An Environmental Impact Assessment was essential before work began.

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