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Spring has sprung

The daffodils are out and there is a real spring in our step!  Especially in Ronnie and Ruby’s step who have yet again escaped.  They just like company and also like to make Judith work harder than normal!  We have yet more new arrivals.  We have new hens, rescued locally, they are already earning their… Read more »

Welcome two little piglets

Ronnie and Ruby, the pigs have arrived and  are causing all sorts of fun and games.  The two girls have been rehomed and are interesting little ladies.  Ronnie has already developed a ‘relationship’ with Judith – in that she wants to be where ever she is.  This has resulted in many successful escape missions.  So… Read more »

New arrivals due very soon at Tregongeeves

We are very excited to announce that we are expecting some new arrivals here at Tregongeeves.  As regular visitors will know sadly our beloved Splodge the pig passed away a year or so ago.  Since then we have had River Valley’s pigs – Cinnamon and Nutmeg up here as their paddock needed a rest.  Well… Read more »

Stormy but safe

Happy New Year from all at Tregongeeves Farm Cottages.  We had a lovely Christmas;  Judith and John spent New Year in London taking in the fireworks and enjoying some good food.    John has now headed off for his annual ski trip whilst Judith holds the fought at Tregongeeves (skiing is not her favourite past… Read more »

Child Friendly Cornwall

Living in a place it is easy to become complacent and take what you have for granted.  It is only having gone away up country recently that we realised just how child friendly Cornwall is and how you can pretty much go anyway and be welcomed with small people.  St Austell itself has an array… Read more »

‘Tis the Season to be Jolly, tra la la la laaaaaaa la la la laaaa

Seasons Greetings!  Here at Tregongeeves life is like one big Nativity scene with the donkeys being moved around frequently to ensure enough grazing.  The sheep have grown their winter coats – it is actually surprising how quickly they thicken up.  The pigs – Cinnamon and Nutmeg – have gone on a winter jolly to River… Read more »

Half term fun

Hello, and sorry I have not managed to blog for a while – we have all been taking a few well earned breaks after a very busy summer season.  We hope this blog finds you well after the bad weather over the last 24 hours.  Judith was on patrol last night getting up a number… Read more »

Rainy day ideas

It is 3.20pm and it has just stopped raining.  Luckily the whole of the country is like this however the weather man did say it was meant to be sunny and muggy here today so it is always disappointing when you wake up to find that horrible lingering mist that we are occasionally blessed with… Read more »

Lots of dates for your diaries

I think most locals will agree that there is certainly a chill in the air, however I can confirm when the sun is out it is still very powerful and warm.   If I am honest with you we are moving into our favourite time of year here.  Don’t get me wrong, summer in a… Read more »

Indian summer?

After a fantastic summer we could just be about to enjoy an Indian Summer too as it has been fantastic here over the past few days.  We have had lots of friends visiting so have been enjoying Cornwall with them, which to be honest is a rare treat over the summer months.  We have been… Read more »