It’s early winter. I’ve just been for a walk in a field. It’s part of the large estate that surrounds my home – a rented, retired 1830s farmhouse – and, as far as Lancashire fields go, it’s a green and pleasant one. The effectual fencing is wire, but there are drystone walls, long-ago laid hedges […]
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