The Anglo-Saxons called September ‘Harvest month’, because it was their time for harvesting barley to be made into barley brew, and gathering fruit to boil and seal in crock jars. Following Anglo Saxon Britain, harvesting traditionally began on the 24th September in medieval England, seeing farmers gather their crops around this time of year.

This is something that has transcended farm life, as even today we pick wild fruit such as blackberries and apples for making delicious seasonal pies, becoming part of what we love most about September!

Making things simple with a gas fire
23rd November 2017

Making things simple with a gas fire

Come home on a chilly November day and switch on your gas fire for instant fireside ambience.

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Festive Fireside Competition 2017
4th December 2017

Festive Fireside Competition 2017

Win a luxury hamper by entering our #FestiveFireside competition!

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Gathering wood
10th September 2017

Gathering wood

Top tips for gathering, storing, and drying out wood for burning.

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