Deepdale Podcast

Deepdale Podcast – Wild Ken Hill, Deepdale Festival, Farm Chat, Katherine Priddy, What’s On – August 2021

Thanks for listening to the Deepdale Podcast, produced by the team at Deepdale Farm, Deepdale Camping & Rooms and Dalegate Market in Burnham Deepdale on the beautiful North Norfolk Coast.

Lovely to have you with us, we hope you enjoy the listen. Harvest has started on Deepdale Farm, lovely to have customers staying with us on the campsite and in the rooms. Lots in this episode, including Dominic from Wild Ken Hill, preview of Deepdale Festival, Farm Chat, local wildlife, music recommendations, Katherine Priddy and what’s on.



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Wild Ken Hill (as featured on BBC Springwatch)

Nathan and Jason headed over to Wild Ken Hill, neighbours on our lovely Norfolk Coast, to chat with Dominic and Nick about regenerative farming and rewilding. So lovely to be able to visit this fabulous estate, learn more about their plans, meet some of the livestock, and a big thank you to Dominic for joining us on the podcast.

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Deepdale Festival 2021 Preview

Chris takes us through the amazing line-up he’s brought together for Deepdale Festival 2021. With 6 weeks to go, we are getting exciting about welcoming these incredible artists to Deepdale for what should be a fabulous weekend of live music.

Artists include Martin Simpson, 3 Daft Monkeys, Katherine Priddy, Little Red Kings, Katie Doherty & The Navigators, Kirsty Merryn & Ben Walker, Man The Lifeboats, The Drystones and The Goat Roper Rodeo Band amongst many others.

We have an accommodation waiting list, and weekend day tickets are on sale.

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Farm Chat

with Nathan & Jason

As Deepdale Farm harvests its first organic (in conversion) crops, Nathan & Jason stand in the empty grain shed and chat about what we might expect from harvest this year.

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Photo of barley going through the dresser in our barn


Local Wildlife

with Oli from One Stop Nature Shop

Oli updates us on the wildlife we are likely to see this Autumn, explaining that despite it being the Summer holidays, wildlife is already preparing for Autumn.

Call in and have a chat with them anytime to learn more about local wildlife and the kit to watch it with.

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Photo of Blackcap by One Stop Nature Shop


Music Recommendations

The Eternal Rocks Beneath

by Katherine Priddy

Safe to say that this album is a favourite for the whole team at Deepdale. Chris has booked this wonderful artist for Deepdale Festival 2021, and in the meantime we are all loving the album, which is a beautfiul piece of work.

You can enjoy a sample of Ring O’Roses in this episode of the podcast.

Hunter

by Christina Alden & Alex Patterson

Many of you will know Christina and Alex as 2 of the incredibly talented trio, Alden Patterson & Dashwood. This album is a lovely listen, and you know we love local musicians, especially when they are this good.


What’s On at Deepdale

Loads of events in the diary for August, September and beyond. The street food offerings are still on each week, and the pop up shops at Dalegate Market continue to change weekly hosting artisans & producers. There are exhibitions, courses, VJ celebrations and more all listed on our website. The list continues to grow and you can check out more information online at www.deepdalebackpackers.co.uk/events/


Enjoy this month’s podcast and we look forward to you joining us next month. You can subscribe through most podcast directories & apps by searching Deepdale Podcast, through Castbox (our host), iTunes , or using the RSS feed

We’d love your feedback, so please do email us your thoughts and suggestions to podcast@deepdalefarm.co.uk

We’ll be back in September with our next episode, but in the meantime if you’d like to listen to previous episodes you can find them on your podcast provider or head to our websites deepdalecamping.co.uk or deepdalefarm.co.uk to see the whole back catalogue.

Thanks again for listening, stay safe and well in these strange times, and hope we’ll see you back at Deepdale in the not too distant future.

To follow the story of Deepdale Farm’s transition to organic, please see the farm website www.deepdalefarm.co.uk

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