News from Fullers Hill


Our NEW Supper Box!

Now introducing our NEW Supper Box! Woo-hoo! Feeling rushed after a hard days travel or work? Can’t get to the shops? Or just hate shopping? Our baskets are sourced from Wood View Farm Shop a local produce supplier. All you have to do when staying here at Fuller’s Hill Cottages is call Jenny on 07544 208959 or email her at enquiries and give her a list of food and drink that you would like. Jenny will personally go and collect your list, shop for it and deliver it. All payable by cash upon delivery, a £10 service charge also applies. Please place your order with Jenny between 8am and 8pm. […]

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The Galleria Restaurant Review

Walking over Magdalene Bridge in Cambridge City centre, you can’t help but notice a lovely little balcony overlooking the River Cam, buzzing with people around tables and chairs; a sure sign of a good restaurant, bar or café. With it’s modern fusion menu, & comprehensive wine list, The Galleria Restaurant is an independent restaurant overlooking St John’s & Magdalene colleges. Known as a Cambridge institution, the Galleria Restaurant in Cambridge is a firm favourite amongst both town & gown and a must visit in the historic city. The Galleria has just recently enjoyed a refurbishment program including a new paint job and a new menu. The place seems to be […]

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Breakfast at Fuller’s Hill Cottages

Ok, so we provide luxury self-catering accommodation, but also, we are now providing you with different and exciting options for breakfast. Yum! If you would like to venture out, The Coach House in Potton will now be providing breakfast for our guests as well their own. If you would like to eat from the continental breakfast bar (cereal, toast, fruit, yoghurt) and the kitchen i.e. cooked, the cost will be £12. If you would like to eat from the kitchen only, the price is £8. Pre-booking with Jenny on 07544 208959 is essential or email her at enquiries. Jenny shops, Jenny collects, Jenny delivers to your cottage all you have […]

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Summer 2014 Newsletter

Our Summer 2014 Newsletter Including our Top Ten family activities, the making and history of Fuller’s Hill Cottages, our new visiting spa service and a very special offer!

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Independent Retail Near Fuller’s Hill Cottages

The 4th July is the beginning of Independent Retailer Month 2014 in Cambridge. I have investigated a few independents that I think are well worth a visit. Don’t be tempted by a chain, look out for one of these retailers for a truly unique shopping and culinary experience. Show your support and above all, enjoy! 12a Club 12a Market Hill
Cambridge
CB2 3NJ Tel: 01223 350106 E: info@12aclub.com W: www.12aclub.com Behind a very unassuming wooden door, 12a Club is a private members’ club offering friendly, knowledgeable, attentive service in very elegant and relaxed surroundings. The main lounge and bar area has been decorated 20s style and large leather booths invite you in. […]

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Communal Garden at Fuller’s Hill Cottages

The communal garden at Fuller’s Hill Cottages now features a table tennis table! Woo-hoo! As well as a luxurious hot tub for the unbeatable spa experience, a BBQ for some super culinary summer nights and a couple of picnic tables perfect for social gatherings, you may now enjoy an ongoing battle of skill, with a tiny pot of luck, our new table tennis table with family and friends. Laze around in our garden on those hot summer evenings or work up a sweat and a few laughs with a game of table tennis or two. Pretend you’re on the center court at Wimbledon, imagine you’re at the Olympics, dream that […]

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The Tour de France 2014 Comes Near Fuller’s Hill Cottages!

The Tour de France comes through Cambridge one month from today, on Monday 7th July, about a 20mins drive from Fuller’s Hill Cottages. Beginning on Gonville Place by Parker’s Piece, the peloton will ride through the historic city centre via Regent Street and Sidney Street before turning left at the Round Church. The riders will then travel past the world famous colleges of St Johns, Trinity and Kings as they cycle along Kings Parade and Trumpington Street before leaving the city via Trumpington Road. The peloton will then race through the rest of Cambridgeshire via the A1301 taking in the beautiful villages in the south of the county including Trumpington, […]

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No. 77 Restaurant Review near Fuller’s Hill Cottages

The owners Craig and Shaina Galvin-Scott, of The Willow Tree pub/restaurant in Bourn strike again with an indulgent Thai restaurant style pub in Caxton called No.77. Since honeymooning in Ko Yao Noi, their dream of sharing their passion for all things Thai has now come true. Beautifully and delicately cooked food by Thai Mother and Daughter, Rawee and Cookie from Ko Samui in Thailand, now bring authentic Thai cuisine to Cambridge. They deliver both a dining menu and a take away menu fit for kings and Queens in decadent surroundings. Old, re-claimed cinema seats, set in pairs, covered in bright blue velvet match the walls. Hanging crystal decanters of varying […]

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Pond Life at Fuller’s Hill Cottages

The pond at Fuller’s Hill Cottages, Little Gransden, is situated between the airfield and the apartments and is a growing natural habitat that is nurtured by both Mark and Cathy. A small group of baby Gold Finches are nesting in a bush close to the pond as can be seen in the photo.  The RSPB says “The chaffinch is the UK’s second commonest breeding bird, and is arguably the most colourful of the UK’s finches. Its patterned plumage helps it to blend in when feeding on the ground and it becomes most obvious when it flies, revealing a flash of white on the wings and white outer tail feathers. It […]

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Father’s Day Special Offer, Sunday 15th June 2014

Fuller’s Hill Cottages are four self-catering cottages restored from a 18th Century barn, offering an idyllic rural retreat, each sleeping four to six guests.  Not only are the cottages an ideal choice for those keen on walking, cycling, horse riding and wildlife, but next month aircraft enthusiasts can also take advantage of an exciting flying opportunity! To celebrate Fathers Day, as part of a three night break, we are offering the opportunity for one member of the party to enjoy an optional free flight with former British Aerobatic Champion, Mark Jefferies, in a Vans RV7. This special package also includes a complimentary bottle of Prosecco on arrival. A unique and memorable […]

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Our Special Spa Service

My Personal Sanctuary is a luxurious and truly indulgent beauty therapy service delivering 5 star quality organic treatments carried out in the comfort of your own private cottage at Fuller’s Hill Cottages (accommodation near Gransden). Your treatments are carried out by their carefully selected therapists, who ensure you are enveloped in calmness, serenity and relaxation from the moment you embark on your treatment journey. Using heated day beds and lovely fresh organic products the therapists offer a wide range of treatments from warming deep tissue massage, replenishing facials, hand & feet treats, to holistic full body journeys. It’s the perfect way to unwind and enhance your stay! Whatever the occasion […]

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Flowers Are Blooming at Fullers Hill Cottages

Some wonderful Clematis and tulips are blooming at Fullers Hill Cottages (Near Gamlingay), as seen in these pictures. The Clematis, otherwise known as Old man’s beard, Traveller’s joy or Virgin’s bower, is by the main entrance to the cottages’ car park and is about 10 feet high. Did you know that Clematis is from the Buttercup family and is mainly of Japanese and Chinese origin? The Clematis is growing on the former wash house dating back to the 1800’s. In the laundry room used to be a big, metal urn with a fire underneath to heat the water when washing by hand. Cathy Jefferies does the gardening on the farm […]

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May half-term holiday special offers

Fuller’s Hill Cottages – The Hayloft sleeps a total of 4 in two bedrooms (one double and one twin which can also be made into a double). A 7 night break (Fri-Fri) is £1,225 including a welcome hamper and champagne. Fuller’s Hill Cottages – The Tack Room sleeps a total of 4 in two bedrooms (one double and one twin which can also be made into a double). A 5 night break (Fri-Weds) is £875 including a welcome hamper and champagne. Fuller’s Hill Cottages – The Stables sleeps a total of 5 with one double bedroom, one double sofa bed in the living room and one day bed in the foyer. A […]

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Nearby Amenities

Woodview Farm Shop Is about 3 miles away and only a short drive away and very friendly. It sells all good, fresh meat and veg, along with chutneys, antipasti, eggs, cakes and wine. There are bouncing lambs in their field as we speak and a coffee shop selling fry-ups etc. will be opening soon! Potton Rd, Gamlingay, Sandy, Bedfordshire, SG19 3LW Tel: 01767 650200   Opening Times for Wood View Farm Shop are as follows: Monday-Friday 7.30-5.00 Saturday 7.30-5.00 Sunday 9.00-1.00   The Co-op Food The Co-op Food in Gamlingay is a shorter distance in the same direction. Selling most food and drink along with pharmaceutical goods, sanitry and bathroom […]

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Bargain Bluebell Breaks

Why not co-incide a visit with the beautiful bluebells… 21st and 22nd April 2014: 2 nights (checking out on the 23rd April) 23rd –25th Aril 2014: 3 nights (checking out on the 26th April) 28th April – 1st May: 4 nights (checking out on the 2nd May) All at £100 per night including a free bottle of Prosecco! The wood is a only short walk across the farm. Please do get in touch if you are interested in making a booking. Please call Jenny on 07544 208959 or email bookings@fullershillcottages.co.uk

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Easter Eggstravaganza!

Our Top 5 Easter Egg Hunts Around Cambridge   1. Visitors to the Botanic Garden in Cambridge can join in an Easter hunt with a difference. Designed by local artist Jane Thewlis, the trail involves a series of clues – the first of which can be collected at the Bateman Street entrance to the garden anytime between 11am and 2.30pm next Tuesday and Wednesday. The trail costs £1 per head and is suitable for all the family. For more information visit www.botanic.cam.ac.uk or call (01223) 336265.   2. Go on an egg hunt Thanks to Cadbury’s, young visitors to National Trust properties across Cambridgeshire can follow Easter trails this weekend, […]

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The Best Fish & Chips Near Fuller’s Hill Cottages

Fish ‘n’ Chips Friday at The Chequers pub. 1 mile walk away from Fuller’s Hill Cottages or a very short drive away. Home made coleslaw, mushy peas and tatre sauce along side a whale of a fish. Choose from Haddock, place or cod. You may follow it up with ‘Gransden’s Cock Up’, their take on Eton Mess! All absolutely filling and delicious! Because they only use fresh produce which is delivered on a Friday, it is essential that you book in advance. Call them on 01767 677348 to make a booking. The Chequers Pub is also home of the Son of Sid brewery. It has been owned and run by […]

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Top Ten Things To Do In Cambridge

No. 1 – Punting. This is quintessentially Cambridge. Of course this is also done in Oxford but not nearly as well. This is a great way to see The Backs of 7 of the colleges and their bridges. You can punt with a chauffeur or Do It Yourself. For instructions on how to punt, see our other blog on ‘How To Punt’. No. 2 – A Bike Tour Cambridge wouldn’t be Cambridge without their bike enthusiasts and this is an excellent way to see the city. There is only one bike tour operator (www.cambridgebiketours.co.uk/index.htm), alternatively why don’t you hire some bikes from us? No. 3 – Visit Kings College Chapel […]

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First Engagement At Fuller’s Hill Cottages

 Love is in the air for two of our guests… James Maker proposed to his girlfriend Lucy on the evening of 26th March 2014 at The Willow Tree pub in Bourn. “Everybody knew except for me!” Lucy exclaimed when leaving the pub. After their dinner they then enjoyed our brand new hot tub that has over 120 adjustable water and air jets that gave them an unbeatable spa experience. The Willow Tree pub will feature in the upcoming Fuller’s Hill Cottages’ blog ‘Top Ten Restaurants in Cambridge’ and will be in our third Autumn Newlstter 2014.   ‘There’s an Alice in Wonderland vibe at this pretty inn, with clock faces and […]

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Spring 2014 Newsletter

Our Spring 2014 Newsletter Including meeting our team, Top Ten things to do in Cambridge, our Interior Designer, who we are and what we do and a very special offer!

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Fallow Deer

Fallow deer seen in the fields at Fullers Hill Cottages, Lt Gransden. Fallow deer escaped from Woburn Abbey about 100 years ago. They successfully bred themselves in the wild, in the South East of England. A number of them then took up residency in Haley Wood about a 1.5 mile East from Fuller’s Hill Cottages. The Nature Trust purchased the wood in the late 60’s and the deer lived there and nobody saw them. The Nature Trust then put a deer fence up around the wood in the 70’s to keep the deer out of the wood. Now they live in the small spinneys and coppices in the local area […]

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Accommodation near Cambridge

Perfect Accommodation near Cambridge in the villiage of Little Gransden. I was welcomed by the owner Mark Jefferies on arrival and had the good fortune of staying in the Old Dairy Cottage which I found to be very spacious, airy and with a well-appointed kitchen. The lounge has a flat screen TV and the kitchen has all necessary appliances. Upstairs I had a choice of two bedrooms and I found the beds to be very comfortable with lovely fluffy white linen. There was ample hot water, a good shower and a flat screen in the bedroom. There is a well thought out mix of carpeting and wood laminate flooring throughout, […]

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Great Gransden Wind Mill

Gransdens’ post mill Great Gransden Windmill is an ‘open trestle’ post mill set on low piers. It dates from some time prior to 1694. Its date has been reported as 1612 by one author but this possibly refers to a predecessor on the same site. The mill is a ‘head and tail’ mill with good machinery, including two pairs of stones directly overdriven using stone nuts with 11 and 18 cogs, and with unusual tail lag governors in wrought iron with lead weights and three arms on curved horns. The brake-wheel used to have two rows of staggered apple wood cogs but one row has been removed. There is an […]

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Blue Bells and Orchids at last

The Blue Bells and Orchids are here finally. With the long winter finally over spring is here, dappled sunlight shining on the blue bells in Waresley and Gransden woods just 1 km walk from Cambridge Holiday Cottages at Fullers Hill Farm, Lt Gransden. Today (16th May) all the blue bells are up with the lower flowers open and the upper buds opening. The views and scent in the woods is stunning. The bluebell may be regarded as the United Kingdom’s “favourite flower” Also in the woods you will find the common spotted orchid, not so common but it’s there amongst the blue bells. Red campion can also be found on […]

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South Farm Accommodation wedding venue

South Farm Accommodation After searching “south farm accommodation” we found Cambridge holiday cottages just 8 miles from south farm. With the accommodation sorted out we then needed to think about our pampering.  Us girls should always take time out to pamper ourselves, there is nothing better for the soul and there is no better way than to do it with your best girlfriends. Each month the girls and I get together for a morning of shopping mainly in and around the Grand Arcade Cambridge. Then a light lunch somewhere like All Bar One (washed down with plenty of delicious wine) followed by an afternoon of relaxation and pampering. We always […]

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Accommodation near RSPB Sandy – Little Gransden

RSPB reports on the plight of the Swallow The swallow was once common across the country as a farmyard bird during the summer months. Today however RSPB figures show that in many regions, there has been a marked decline their numbers. They were so common for many years, that no one thought they could become endangered, or even considered monitoring their numbers. Sadly the same is true of many other farmland birds. This delightful little bird, with its distinctive long forked tail and agile flight is a well known harbinger of summer. Swallows usually arrive in early April having flown the 4,000 miles from South Africa, where many spend the […]

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Old Warden near Biggleswade

Shuttleworth Collection Biggleswade The Shuttleworth Collection depicts the history of flight from the early 1900 to the 1950’s and shows how the aircraft operated in the pioneering years, was rapidly developed through necessity during World War I, was used for sport, pleasure and business in the 1920s and 30s and once again became a fighting machine in World War II. The Collection is situated at Shuttleworth (Old Warden) Aerodrome, one of the few traditional all grass aerodromes still in regular use, (which is part of Old Warden Park Estate) and is displayed in eight hangars, which include a workshop hangar giving the visitor a chance to view restoration and maintenance […]

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Rowing the River Cam in Cambridge

Cambridge bumps If you stay at Cambridge holiday cottages in late feb/early march or June or indeed July, then a trip to the lower reaches of the River Cam in Cambridge  is well worthwhile for these  are the times of the bumping races on the river. Cambridge has a thriving rowing community. The colleges have a total of about 1500 active rowers and the town clubs about 700. At peak times the river is full of boats training. It is the busiest river in the country, yet is only just wide enough to spin an 8 oared boat in places. The river is simply not wide enough to race 2 […]

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Mill stones at Cambridge Holiday Cottages

The old millstone that you see beside Fullers Hill Farm cottages is not originally from the farm site but from a windmill at nearby Gamlingay that was demolished in 1977. It is one of a pair of stones, which when working together, were used to grind locally grown grain into flour. As you can see the millstone is constructed from a number of pieces of stone fitted together. These are set in plaster of Paris and held tightly together by an iron band shrunk or clamped around them. The stone used is known as French burr stone. It is from the Marne valley and much harder wearing than anything available […]

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Fullers Hill Cottages near Cambridge

We are very lucky at Fullers Hill Cottages near Cambridge as, not only are we treated to seeing the Hares on the airfield, but we also have a herd of Fallow deer that visit the farm on an occasional basis. The deer escaped from a local stately home some years ago (I do not know which one) and clearly made their way up to SW Cambridgeshire. They took up residence in the remote Hayley Wood that lies to the East of the farm. The deer lived in the wood for many years until the woodland was purchased by a nature trust, who opened the wood to the public. The deer […]

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Cambridge Holiday Cottages surrounded by wild life

On the wild side. Fullers Hill Cottages (also called Cambridge Holiday Cottages ) form part of of Fuller’s Hill Farm, which is a 450ha farm business in south west Cambridgeshire. The farm is also home to Lt. Gransden Airfield which is a small privately owned aerodrome with about 60 resident aircraft and a couple of aviation related businesses. So, not mush of a place for indigenous wildlife to live? This in fact could not be further from the truth. The farm and airfield provide a great refuge for many species of wildlife. The Brown Hare thrives on the airfield, particularly so in the late spring and early summer. During these […]

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Fullers Hill Cottages has geese on its pond

Fullers Hill geese The geese aka 9th, Battalion hatched into this world on 24th, July in North Norfolk.  They then started their 2 hour journey home to Fullers Hill Cottages, on the front seat of the car chirping away to their new surrogate mum, who was chatting back to them.  If they got slightly cold, they were gently placed within the bosom of surrogate mummy to warm up.  Not sure if that is a driving offense or not! Once safely home at Fullers Hill, the luxury surrounding under the heat lamp, sharing the chicken coup, they found very cosy.  After three weeks of nurturing and all creature comforts, it was time for […]

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A walk to Waresley woods from cambridge holiday cottages

Waresley woods The beautiful and ancient Waresley Wood is about 3/4 mile to the north of Fullers Hill Cottages. The woods are truly stunning regardless of which season, month or day you visit. Each occasion is uniquely different. In a winter storm the trees talk as the creek and clatter into each other. In the summer the woods provide cool dark shelter from the hot sun. In the autumn the woods contain so much colour and fruit. In the spring the woods are alive with fresh green colours of the new season leaf and are carpeted by the stunning bluebells. The woods at Waresley are also home for many rare […]

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Wheat Harvest at Fullers Hill Cottages

Where did the wheat go? The Cambridge Holiday Cottages in the heart of the working farm at Fuller’s Hill Farm. The farm covers some 450ha of beautiful rolling countryside in SW Cambridgshire. The wheat harvest of 2012 will sadly go down in farming folk law as one of the worst in living memory.  The crop was one of the poorest yielding and worst quality that any living farmer can remember. At Fullers Hill Farm we did not produce a single ton of wheat that meet the basic quality standards for any use, not even for chicken feed. The most dis-appointing part of this was that in early June the wheat […]

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Cambridge Dragon Boat Festival

I am so excited about this weekend coming up. My dear friend Mary and her husband Simon are visiting from Germany and I have an action packed weekend in store for them, I will send them to the apartments at Fullers Hill cottages. They will be sleeping in our ‘Stables apartment’ as it is cosy, warm and very cute. Mary loves horses and I know she will feel quite at home. Mary and Simon moved to Germany 6 years ago and this is their first time back in her home town Cambridge. I have decided to treat them like tourists and remind them of what our beautiful city has to […]

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Bourn Hall Clinic

Bourn Hall is a World renowned fertility clinic in the village of Bourn five miles west of Cambridge. Did you know it was the world’s first ‘test-tube baby’ clinic? The original building, Bourn Hall, is about 400 years old. The hall is a Jacobean country house dating from 1602 which is set within 22 acres of beautiful Cambridgeshire countryside. The clinic was founded in 1980, by Patrick Steptoe and Robert Edwards following the birth of the first test-tube baby in 1978.Two years after achieving the first birth through IVF in 1978, with the longed for arrival of Louise Brown, Mr Patrick Steptoe and Professor Robert Edwards achieved another first – a […]

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IWM Duxford

IWM Duxford, just 12 miles drive from Fullers Hill Cottages is a famous former First and Second World War airfield. Take a whole day wandering under and around some of the most iconic aircraft in the world. IWM Duxford is home to an impressive collection of over two hundred aircraft some set in wartime scenes, other undergoing maintenance for coming air displays as well as many tanks, military vehicles, missiles, submarines and boats. An original 1917 Belfast hangar hosting the Battle of Britain exhibition contrasts dramatically with the remarkable architecture of the American Air Museum, designed by contemporary British architects Foster and Partners. Duxford airfield was the setting for the […]

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Cambridge Food, Garden & Produce Festival 15th & 16th Sept 2012

My spare time often revolves around eating and drinking.  It is no surprise that the Cambridge Food, Garden and Produce Festival is a highlight in my calendar.  In late September we can still expect warm weather and a little sunshine making in this event one of the last outdoor events of the year. The Cambridge Food, Garden & Produce Festival is back again in its 5th year. It  runs from Saturday 15th till Sunday 16th September 2012 . It is a free event and suitable for the whole family. Each year this festival has grown in popularity and attracted some fantastic stall holders. It is estimated that over 20,000 will […]

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Riding at Fullers Hill

Getting the Eventing Bug 2012 has been a busy year so far, with my daughter Tara embarking on her first season of Eventing. We have owned our 15 year old Dutch Warmblood gelding Pinocchio for three years, who has obligingly taken part in a variety of equestrian activities from Pony Club rallies and camp to hunter trials, show jumping and dressage. He’s what’s commonly known in  ‘horsespeak’ as a good all-rounder, a rather over-used term, but in his case absolutely true. He’ll turn his hoof to anything and always participates with a smile on his face (yes horses can smile when you really get to know them!) So 2012 seemed […]

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The Old Plough

Outside the Old Dairy apartment. The history of this single furrow horse drawn plough is not known, however it’s been on the farm as long as I can recall. The primary purpose of ploughing is to turn over the upper layer of the soil, bringing fresh nutrients to the surface, while burying weeds, the remains of previous crops, and both crop and weed seeds, allowing them to break down. It also aerates the soil, allows it to hold moisture better and provides a seed-free medium for planting an alternate crop. In modern use, a ploughed field is typically left to dry out, and is then harrowed before planting. Modern competitions […]

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The Old Farm Cart

part of the history of Fullers Hill Farm, Lt Gransden. The Jefferies family have always been very proud of their heritage and past. The late Harold Gadson Jefferies served in the trenches in WW1. Its not known how he gathered together the capital to purchase the farm in 1923, which was initially 270 acres arable and live stock. Grandfather was always very proud to exhibit the farm produce at the agricultural show. Gransden and District Agricultural Society Annual Show was established in 1891. It has been held every year since then, with the exception of the war years of 1939-1945. The 2012 Show will be the 110th such event held […]

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South farm weddings venue near Royston, Herts.

Mr & Mrs Armstrong’s wedding at South Farm, Royston. Last weekend I had the pleasure of attending the wedding of some very good friends of mine. I feel so privileged to be able share their special day and its one wedding that I will not forget in a hurry. It was great to catch up with old friends and remember the good old days at University. My friend Sarah (now the lovely Mrs Armstrong) looked simply stunning! Her dress was a work of art. I love summer weddings and this wedding was held at South Farm, Royston. South Farm is a popular wedding destination and its no wonder why. The […]

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The mill stones at Cambridge Holiday Cottages Fullers hill.

The mill stones at Cambridge Holiday Cottages. Two mill stones from separate sources have found there way to Fullers Hill Cottages and used as decoration in the yard. The oldest stone was recovered from Gamlingay wind mill on Potton road. In 1977 Mark Jefferies an employee at Fullers Hill Farm with Barry Sherman was sent to help Mr Les Barford a well known and liked local builder.  Mr Barford who owned the site as a builder’s yard needed the mill demolishing as it had become extremely unsafe. The mill was probably disused by 1922. I recall scaling a long ladder to attach a rope to some part of the structure […]

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Fullers Hill Cottages open for business

Fullers Hill Cottages/ apartments opened for business with its first guests on the 25th August 2012, all apartments taken for the weekend of the Children in Need air display that’s held annually at Lt Gransden. After the display on the Sunday everyone enjoyed themselves at the post show party into the early hours on the airfield. Bank holiday Monday is always a lazy start to the day with the campers on the airfield stiring approx 8am, gradually the girls wake and breakfast gets going around about 9:30. Coffee, bacon and eggs cooked “in the wild” under the trees behind the hangars is a rather pleasant affair. The airshow aims are […]

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