Feb 04 2019

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This week Claire went Norfolk Bluebell Wood Burial Park to meet founder and owner Andrew Morton and talk about how it came about

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This week Claire went Norfolk Bluebell Wood Burial Park to meet founder and owner Andrew Morton and talk about how it came about. The Morton family are Norfolk farmers and when they bought some land with an old wood which had millions of bluebells in Andrew saw an opportunity. Having done his research in to natural burial parks, he set up his own. It has been a huge challenge and is a long term investment, that matches his personal skills as a people person who loves nature and wildlife and is interested in a sustainable long-term business. To Find out more visit: www.norfolkbluebellwood.co.uk

As Andrew is away, the market report for week commencing 4th February 2019 is brought to you by Ian Webster, while in Farmchat (recorded before he left) Andrew and Webby celebrate the end of Dry January with a drop of Guinness as they talk about the Norfolk dinner and the recent acquisition of Gleadell by ADM.


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