Food Trends and Intolerance – Glebe Farm on the Radio 2

Food Trends and Intolerance – Glebe Farm on the Radio

The Word is out! Rebecca Rayner was asked to join Norman Knapper on his evening radio show.. The discussion started with food trends seen over last 30 years. There has been a swing from the 1990’s low fat, high fibre to 10 years later low carbs eg Aitkins diet, to today’s interest in high protein, […]

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Pets With Intolerances

Ever wondered why your moggy has bald patches in its fur or keeps scratching its back under the kitchen table till the skin is raw? Your dog certainly can be intolerant to its food – may be gluten or cereals, or surroundings like pollen could be to blame. A colleague found that her dog continued […]

The group’s organiser brought a coach of 35 people to do a tour at Glebe Farm

Visits to Glebe Farm

When the sun is shining and the crops look at their fullest just before harvest, there is nothing we like better than to show the farm at its best. We have been lucky enough to have the Colchester Coeliac Group around in mid June. Beryl Whittingham, the group’s organiser brought a coach of 35 people […]

RAF Wyton's new grass runway turns the clock back

Glebe Farm get recognition for help to keep flying at RAF Wyton

RAF Wyton marks a century of flying with the opening of a grass runway Source: http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/RAF-Wyton-marks-century-flying-opening-grass/story-29269630-detail/story.html By CambridgeNews  |  Posted: May 14, 2016   By Julian Makey Pilots at RAF Wyton have turned the clock back a century to the dawn of flying at the station – by building a new grass runway. The inaugural flight […]

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