Deepdale Podcast

Deepdale Podcast – July 2020

Welcome to the July 2020 episode of the Deepdale Podcast. As the North Norfolk Coast begins to awaken from lockdown slumber, the whole team are back at work, so Georgie, Nathan & Jason are your hosts for this month’s chat.

Georgie and Jason kick off, with chat about how great it is to see the team back at work, re-opening the campsite, the return of the Wood Fired Food Co with their delicious pizzas, Dalegate Market shops, cafe & pop up shops re-opening, and the mental health impact of the strange situation that is Covid-19 (see bottom of page for list of resources).

Nathan and Jason continue their farm chat. The cover crops are growing superbly, doing exactly what they were put in place to do. They also chat about tweeting as @AgoftheWorld for the week, a collective twitter account with posts from farmers around the world.

Cover crops, left to right: mustard, radish, phacelia, pea, rye, vetch and clover

Enjoy this months 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

Hope we’ll see you at Deepdale again soon. Keep well and entertained.

Events taking place on the North Norfolk Coast can be found online at

You can find all the ‘Things to do while you can’t visit Deepdale’ on the Deepdale Backpackers Facebook page. We’ll keep adding to the selection. Watch our website and social media for news about re-opening the campsite and hostels.

Mental Health Resources

These are the mental health resources we shared with our team during lockdown. We hope they are useful to you too.

MIND Small Workplaces Website
It appears quite formal on the outside, but actually has a very good set of courses that help you build awareness of your own mental health, how to look after yourself and how to support each other.
You simply register, wait for the confirmation email and then follow the steps.  Please do feel you can register and use this service.

10 Days of Happiness
Free online coaching program for challenging times

Quiz: Your Mind Plan
Answer the 5 questions in this interactive quiz to get top tips and advice for you. Now tailored for the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

The Oxford Mindfulness Centre is offering weekly online mindfulness sessions, open to those who feel they would benefit. These sessions are completely free and open to the general public, meaning you do not need prior mindfulness experience or practice to take part.

Interesting Video: Staying well in uncertain times and finding the route back to Good Days at Work

Podcast: Ted Talk The Importance of Self-Care
Too busy to take care of yourself?  These talks offer simple ways to stay healthy — both emotionally and physically

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