On a sunny summer day, this is where we spend our time.
This monster keeps our wood dry and nice for winter.
One of the nicest places to spend a night.
Our cob oven. Makes the tastiest pizzas.
The best means of transport for children.
A rare breed that we cherish.
These girls provide us with fresh eggs during the season. The cockerels are our early morning alarms.
Currently, we have two working hives. We are self sufficient in honey and sometimes, we have enough to sell a few jars.
For those who turn up uninvited.
Winter is a special time here and a lot of care goes into our livestock.
Redfield's two resident pest controllers. Both are rescue cats. In this photo, Handsome Herman.
Our established herb garden provides some of our herbs.
We have several native/non native species in our woods. And a very nice contemplative view.
Our woods surround the estate.
Part garden shed for our tools and part south facing green house, it is central to our garden activity.
Trees at Redfield Community is an integral part of our ethos.
A panoramic view of our herb garden.
This is where our ewes come to have some TLC after lambing. It is also where the shearing takes place.
Our next project is to fully restore this green house. We are hoping to start early 2014.
We have several outbuildings and we always try to use more environmentally friendly materials.
We organise summer parties for ourselves and our friends where we can meet and relax
At Redfield Community, we put a lot of effort into our parties.
If you want to meet a bunch of interesting people and learn more about the benefits of communal living, you can visit us.