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Comment posted by Ru & E.T (rupert.burnell-nugent@fullers.co.uk), on April 18, 2008, 11:24 am
We don't have the list, only a map of the estate, so can't really face listing them all.

Ant, are you keen to meet up this evening? I am around for a chilled evening.

Comment posted by Ant (anthony_burnellnugent@ajg.com), on April 18, 2008, 9:13 am
Tom, why would it be rude to get Pigs, I think it sounds like a fun idea. They do churn the place up though, could be chaos?

Pad, are you planning on deleting the tail of this blog?

In London tonight and off to see William after work, then catching up with Bails. Off to Wilts tomorrow afternoon.

Ru, to get your Champagne, I think you should have to list them for clarification?

Comment posted by Padre (jamesburnellnugent@orchardleadership.co.uk), on April 16, 2008, 7:23 pm
The answer is 23.  Well done Ru.  Sorry Ant - too slow!  Ru, a bottle of champagne awaits ...

lol Padre

Comment posted by Tom BN (s0561609@sms.ed.ac.uk), on April 16, 2008, 6:34 pm
Right........
1) I think I am allowed to enter the game now as all figures are in?
2) MORE IMPORTANTLY, given that we are going to be inundated with appppfn in Sheepham Mill over the coming years, would it not be rude not to get a few Pigs as pork and apppfn from PL21 me thinks would be epic!!!!

All is well up north

Tom

Comment posted by Uncle Charles (cburnellnugent@hotmail.com), on April 16, 2008, 4:37 pm
I certainly cannot muster 23/24 S Mill gates...some I don't know
about or haven't seen, so 'I am out' as they say in the TV Business series: Dragon's Den. (can think of 2 more making 16)
CBN

Comment posted by Ant (anthony_burnellnugent@ajg.com), on April 16, 2008, 8:32 am
The rack up is that I also get to 23 gates, having carefully thought about it. This puts me in a bit of a bad position, but as you are not allowed to go for the same number as someone else I will bid for 24 hoping I have forgotten one somewhere.

What's the timeframe for this game?

Comment posted by Tom BN (s0561609@sms.ed.ac.uk), on April 15, 2008, 12:09 pm
great improvemnts to the sight Padre, and a belated Happy Anniversary to Etta and Nicks. All well in the BUrg, just finshing off resercdh proposal then on to Exams. Have put myself forward for a place running tyher Conservatives up here next year, ...will let you know. Tom

Comment posted by Uncle Charles (cburnellnugent@hotmail.com), on April 14, 2008, 11:52 am
Happy Wedding Anniversary Etta & Nicks. LOL U Charles x.

Comment posted by Padre (jmbn@btinternet.com), on April 14, 2008, 11:20 am
HAPPY WEDDING ANNIVERSARY - ET AND NICKS

Comment posted by Padre (jmbn@btinternet.com), on April 14, 2008, 11:19 am
You don't need to list them until the comp closes.

Comment posted by Ru (rupert.burnell-nugent@fullers.co.uk), on April 14, 2008, 10:49 am
I'm not listing them, that will give the game away. I don't believe that was specified when you asked the question.

Ru

Comment posted by Padre (jmbn@btinternet.com), on April 14, 2008, 10:15 am
Any more bids?  You have to list them to claim the prize, but you may not want to do that publicly until others have bid.  No two people can bag the same number.

Pad

Comment posted by Ru & E.T. (rupert.burnell-nugent@fullers.co.uk), on April 13, 2008, 10:27 pm
We've done the counting and are pretty confident there are 23 gates. If you're struggling with how we got to 23 don't forget (a) the tractor shed and (b) the metal gate from the lane into the Orchard.

Please put the champagne on ice!

Comment posted by Ru B-N (rupert.burnell-nugent@fullers.co.uk), on April 13, 2008, 10:05 pm
E.T. and I have been over to see the Ferriers this evening.  William was having an olive oil massage, a bath and a feed. I think he's got life pretty sorted. I was holding him and he opened his eyes properly and looked at me, which was DK! E.T. had the great privelege of being thrown up on!

Good session last night with Ant, Tom, Knoxy and E.T. See you all soon.

Ru

Comment posted by Uncle Charles (cburnellnugent@homail.com), on April 13, 2008, 6:52 pm
Welcome home from Kenya, Ant & Georgie..& congratulations on
becoming an Uncle & Aunt!  Hope K was a success. Love U Charles.

Comment posted by Padre (jmbn@btinternet.com), on April 12, 2008, 5:43 pm
Kath and Harry - so glad you like the sheepham website.  The number of visitors has shot up since we have posted pictures of William Ferrier!

XX Padre

Comment posted by Padre (jmbn@btinternet.com), on April 12, 2008, 5:41 pm
Well spotted Pincher.  Our first grandchild is an amazing miracle.

Charles - sorry wrong answer.

Comment posted by Pincher (pincher121@aol.com), on April 12, 2008, 8:30 am
Just looked at the sheepham web site, really good, Congratulations on your 1st Grandchild.
Pincher

Comment posted by Uncle Charles (cburnellnugent@hotmail.com), on April 11, 2008, 4:50 pm
A slip up..gate into field by Tractor shed = 14!

Comment posted by Uncle Charles (cburnellnugent@hotmail.com), on April 11, 2008, 4:23 pm
A quick recce tells me: Willo's wood gate, 2 swimming pool gates, stable yard gate, lower
field gate, top field gate, main entrance to SM gate, gate where
Easter eggs are rolled from, Speight's gate, gate at top of orchard
approaching cottage on left, gate by new orchard steps, gate to
cottage off road. = 12.?!+ gate other side of bridge into field=13,
(I could be wrong here!)

Also seen B/announcement at top of list to-day's DT!

Comment posted by Katherine Floyd (katherine.floyd@condenast.co.uk), on April 11, 2008, 4:17 pm
Hi James and Mary - just had to write to say that the website is FAB - LOVE IT! Really hope you're both well - just such fantastic news about Master William Ferrier - very exciting and we cant wait to meet him!! Lots of love to all at Sheepham Mill, Kath & Harry xx

Comment posted by Padre (jmbn@btinternet.com), on April 11, 2008, 9:04 am
Nicks thank you for the update on Etta and William.  Seen him in the D Tel this morning.  DK.

Here's a puzzle for you bloggers.  Yesterday Tom and I replaced the stile into Willo's Wood with a gate.  So ... how many gates are there now at Sheepham Mill?  Orchard included, Top Field included, gate into Speight's field included but Speight's other gates not included.  Answers on the Blog.  Prize for the correct answer - a bottle of wedding champagne.

Comment posted by Nicks (nick.ferrier@dtz.com), on April 10, 2008, 9:26 pm
Hello Sheepham Mill, this is the male midwife.
William had his second bath this evening and gets pretty chunky when you change his nappy.  Etta rested and settling beautifully.
We look forward to seeing Ant and Georgie to complete the pack and our first return to SHM.  William thanks his grandparents for their visit esp Madre.  Eyes on the Daily Telegraph for the 11th April. N,E,W! x

Comment posted by Uncle Charles (cburnellnugent@hotmail.com), on April 9, 2008, 10:51 am
Excellent photograph of Etta & William 10/10! Welcome home!
Best regards to Nicks. CU all soon..

Comment posted by Knoxy (ojsknox@hotmail.co.uk), on April 7, 2008, 12:10 pm
Congratulations Etta, fantastic news!

Comment posted by Charles (cburnellnugent@hotmail.com), on April 7, 2008, 11:30 am
Excellent news to hear Etta safely delivered William at 1am
to-day & both are doing well.  Am sure the bubbley will be flowing at Sheepham as & when..

LOL GUC.

Comment posted by Uncle Charles (cburnellnugent@hotmail.com), on April 5, 2008, 10:07 pm
On closer examination of Lady B-N doing her Tapestry in Kenya,
should have said: Accompanied by her Manservant / guide..!

I think whole Website is DK!

Comment posted by Uncle Charles (cburnellnugent@hotmail.com), on April 5, 2008, 8:18 pm
I DO like the photohraph of Lady B-N doing her Tapestry, aided by
her Lady in Waiting during her recent Equine ride/hol in Kenya!
Very reminisent of Lady Diana Delves Broughton, relaxing, in Kenya, 1941, alias Greta Scacchi in White Mischief, Hollywood's
1987 Happy Valley..story of The Earl of Erroll's last day's, alias Charles Dance.  The Photograph is Oscar material!!..& could be a still from the film itself!
LOve Uncle C.

Comment posted by s0651609@sms.ed.ac.uk (s0561609@sms.ed.ac.uk), on April 1, 2008, 10:05 am
Yo, its hot in Devon but not hot enough yet to get going on the tan, still wearing 2 shirts and a jumper! Things much quiter since easter but it is lovely day here, am stuck doing academic work which is dull but will get over it. Job turnover is impressive and good fun, Orchard ready for renting/use which is cool. Had U.Robert here last night which was great fun, Jimbo off to London tommorrow.......hope everybody is well. Tom x

Comment posted by Padre (sheepham@btinternet.com), on March 31, 2008, 9:11 am
All external painting now complete at The Orchard.  Just the outside loo to do !!

Padre

Comment posted by Etta (ettaferrier@yahoo.co.uk), on March 27, 2008, 4:47 pm
Is the paint job jd? beautiful spring afternoon here..hope you have been working on the tan Bag? Love Et x

Comment posted by Ru Burnell-Nugent (rupert.burnell-nugent@fullers.co.uk), on March 26, 2008, 7:53 pm
I apologise for being so slow to get going on the blog.

DK weekend at home - have had several comments on how keen the steps are.

Thanks Madre and Padre.

Ru

Comment posted by Anonymous (Anonymous), on March 25, 2008, 5:10 pm
No news yes i'm afraid! I am trying after a chicken jalfrezi last night!!! No sign of any activity though, trying pineapple next!! All very good though and feel calm, making hte most of this blissful maternity leve with no baby!! Lol Et x dk website, love the safari pics x

Comment posted by Padre (jmbn@btinternet.com), on March 25, 2008, 2:38 pm
Quite

Comment posted by Ant (anthony_burnellnugent@ajg.com), on March 25, 2008, 2:27 pm
Very very good weekend all round, fairly knackering jobs but DK steps. Now time for Etta to give us some news.

Comment posted by Knoxy (ojsknox@hotmail.co.uk), on March 21, 2008, 6:29 pm
I've the same problem when disposing of my red-bottled 19th Century champagne bottles from Moet of Rheims (made by tossing gold coins into the molten glass)
http://bp0.blogger.com/_ba7lj8a1Awo/R2ZMgenvp1I/AAAAAAAADOI/x3t5O4rIRJU/s1600-h/bottle+a.jpg
I use the brown bank due to red’s proximity to brown in the colour wheel.  Thus for blue bottles I advocate the green bank.
Tom's advice would provide much amusement though!
Knoxy

Comment posted by Ant (anthony_burnellnugent@ajg.com), on March 13, 2008, 10:57 am
Peter,

Mary and James (owners) are away on holiday at the moment, and will be back next week. I am sure James would be delighted to share information with you on the Westerly

Anthony

Comment posted by Peter Deppisch (peter.deppisch@sympatico.ca), on March 8, 2008, 10:17 pm
Hi,
Nice website and nicely done. I stumbled across it while looking for a information on a Westerly Nimrod 18.  I am in the process of rehabilitating one and wondered if we could maybe share some information and photos of specific bits and pieces.
Cheers,
Peter

Comment posted by Tom BN (s0561609@sms.ed.ac.uk), on March 1, 2008, 3:21 pm
write to your MP- I dare you!

Comment posted by Tom BN (s0561609@sms.ed.ac.uk), on March 1, 2008, 1:56 pm
write to your MP- I dare you!

Comment posted by Tom BN (s0561609@sms.ed.ac.uk), on March 1, 2008, 9:54 am
write to your MP- I dare you!

Comment posted by Padre - eco-warrior (jmbn@btinternet.com), on February 29, 2008, 11:38 am
Here's a question:

If you, like us, are an eco-warrior and drink sapphire gin or HGarvey's Bristol Cream Sherry, which part of the bottle bank do you put the bottles in?  Clear, brown or green?

Padre

Comment posted by Padre (jmbn@btinternet.com), on February 29, 2008, 11:35 am
Good recovery Knoxy

Comment posted by Knoxy (ojsknox@hotmail.co.uk), on February 27, 2008, 8:30 pm
Dear Padre,
I meant by my rather misleading post that the sea has many qualities that girls are attracted to.  Like their ideal man, the sea is not only deep, supportive and gentle but also powerful, rich and relentless.  
Most men fear the sea due to these qualities and shy away in the safety of land.  You, however, have shown no fear & challenged the dominant force winning these admirable virtues.  You, therefore, embody the qualities of the ideal man.
I hope this clears things up.Knoxy

Comment posted by Tom BN (s0561609@sms.ed.ac.uk), on February 27, 2008, 3:29 pm
superb efforts on the website, cool new pics and a shrp look. 10/10
Bag

Comment posted by Padre (jmbn@btinternet.com), on February 27, 2008, 9:34 am
Knoxy - why's that then ?????

Padre

Comment posted by Knoxy (ojsknox@hotmail.co.uk), on February 25, 2008, 4:58 pm
wrong...the sea is for girls.

Comment posted by Tom (s0561609@sms.ed.ac.uk), on February 22, 2008, 2:54 pm
fair enough we cant all have destroyers for toys, but your alright cause you hve a ski boat...............right?

Comment posted by Knoxy (ojsknox@hotmail.co.uk), on February 22, 2008, 12:21 pm
No I do not have a destroyer. (quite common I have heard) !

Booj - I vote we attempt to transfer our outrageously funny msn banter onto this wall, liven it up a little...currently its all very polite...
...Padre has the right idea...hilarious and accurate retort to Freddo...well done.

PS Secretly love the destroyer, just hate seeing Booj get one over me...extremely rare.

Comment posted by Tom Burnell-Nugent (s0561609@sms.ed.ac.uk), on February 21, 2008, 4:35 pm
good form knoxy! What would sheepham mill do without you...............

oh, and do you not have a destroyer for shits and giggles?

Booj

Comment posted by Padre (jmbn@btinternet.com), on February 21, 2008, 1:18 pm
Calling in from the Stock Exchange where I am learning about corporate finance.  Great lunch yesterday with Ant, Toby and Robin - thank you Ant.  Looking forward to Et coming home this weekend and then Ant and Georgie next weekend.

Back to work ...

Padre

Comment posted by Tom Burnell-Nugent (s0561609@sms.ed.ac.uk), on February 21, 2008, 1:00 pm
good form knoxy! What would sheepham mill do without you...............

oh, and do you not have a destroyer for shits and giggles?

Booj

Comment posted by Oliver Knox (ojsknox@hotmail.co.uk), on February 18, 2008, 2:17 pm
Dear BNs

This is phenomenal...huge congratulations all round, I love it!  Quite useful to have the HMS Dauntless as a toy, good work.

Hope you are all well and see you soon,

Ollie

Comment posted by Ant (anthony_burnellnugent@ajg.com), on February 14, 2008, 9:57 am
Good to see Robin on the Blog. Sorry about lunch, hope to catch up soon..

Comment posted by robin woods (rcwoods270@yahoo.co.uk), on February 13, 2008, 3:57 pm
Sorry finger slipped, no prizes.......

Comment posted by Robin Woods (rcwoods270@yahoo.co.uk), on February 13, 2008, 2:19 pm
Good afternoon BNs

Cracking good website, no prices for guessing what you guys get up to in your spare time.  I love the photos of all you.

All the best

Robin

Comment posted by Ant (anthony_burnellnugent@ajg.com), on February 6, 2008, 5:05 pm
Does anyone actually use this? Hommer, we may as well go back to Facebook?

Comment posted by Ant (anthony_burnellnugent@ajg.com), on February 4, 2008, 10:47 am
Really DK weekend at home, what an epic day on Saturday, plus DK everything else.

Hommer, good luck with your interview tomorrow, looking forward to hearing how it went.

Ant

Comment posted by Tom BN (s0561609@sms.ed.ac.uk), on January 30, 2008, 7:30 pm
Yo! Pleased all is so well at home, and it seems Padre is making good progress in the Orchard. I too, cannot wait to get home, feels just like an exeat away from school!
lazard chat is that 1,000 people applied and I have been asked (after a telephone interview) to have a final round assesement day with the last 75 - Bang! (Think they must be mad!)
All well in Edinburgh, had fun bowling last night, now doing some work,

lol

Hommer.

Comment posted by Ant (anthony_burnellnugent@ajg.com), on January 30, 2008, 9:10 am
Glad to hear all is well, Hommer, what's this about Lazard?

Really looking forward to seeing Sheepham Mill looking so good.

Comment posted by Madre (sheepham@btinternet.com), on January 27, 2008, 9:59 pm
Sun at last all weekend at Sheepham Mill. Mad and Pad have done lots in the Orchard and the garden. St Lukes Ball was much more fun than we expected. Also the Modbury panto was good! Rachel P is moderatly stable but still in hospital. Charlie is being reclipped tomorrow.Daffs, snowdrops , camelias all out very early. Much looking forward to seeing Ant and Tom next w/e.

Comment posted by Tom BN (s0561609@sms.ed.ac.uk), on January 26, 2008, 4:48 pm
Afternoon! Just chilling in flat reading a hareem of pretty dull publications to try and prepare for Lazard on Monday. Had phat (ish) dinner in Hollyrood Parliament last night and met Douglas Herd. Told him that Lady Thatcher told me the one she most feared in Poltics was her cabinet wanting her job, - and what did he think of that?...made him sweat a bit!
Speak Soon
Hommer

Comment posted by Padre (jmbn@btinternet.com), on January 23, 2008, 11:02 am
Good morning all.  Busy here!  The tree surgeons are here removing branches that are near the electricity overhead cables.  Useful addition to our pile of chippings as a result. About to put Charlie out then get going at the Orchard.  Actually haircut first.

Nads, I'll get going on the chicken photos as soon as the sun comes out .....

Padre

Comment posted by Ant (anthony_burnellnugent@ajg.com), on January 21, 2008, 10:08 am
Hope everyone is well, I have just had a great weekend shooting in Devon, 107 plus 7 duck, quite wet and windy.

Looking forward to a weekend at Abercynrig next weekend.

Comment posted by Nads (nadscaton@yahoo.co.uk), on January 13, 2008, 4:04 pm
terribly disappointed to discover after much suspense that the photos of your beloved chickens are yet to be featured on this cracking and incredibly informative set up. lots of love nads xx


p.s. what do you call a chicken in a shell suit?

an egg.

p.p.s. what qualifications are needed to become an honorable member of www.sheepham.com?

p.p.s.s. what are the terms and conditions?

Comment posted by Tom (s0561609@sms.ed.ac.uk), on January 12, 2008, 2:22 pm
just orf to a rugby match at Murrayfield, hip flask full of sheepham mill sloe gin ready to show off.
Byezers

Comment posted by Padre (jmbn@btinternet.com), on January 11, 2008, 10:43 am
Test match?  River Test?  Testosterone?  Testiness?  Test of skill?  Hearing test?  Eye test?   ....

Comment posted by Ant (anthony_burnellnugent@ajg.com), on January 11, 2008, 9:08 am
Test - a really interesting comment!!

Comment posted by Ru (rupertbn@hotmail.com), on January 10, 2008, 5:45 pm
Test

Comment posted by Padre (jmbn@btinternet.com), on January 8, 2008, 12:45 pm
Freddo, good to see you are paying attention.  I do not think it was last year's pheasant because that one would have been deaf, having been so close to the end of your gun when you fired.

Padre

Comment posted by Padre (jmbn@btinternet.com), on January 8, 2008, 12:42 pm
Freddo, good to see you are paying attention.  I do not think it was last year's pheasant because that one would have been deaf, having been so close to the end of your gun when you fired.

Padre

Comment posted by Anonymous (Anonymous), on January 7, 2008, 6:56 pm
Oh, and Happy Birthday Ant!

Comment posted by Freddo (freds@crouchfarm.com), on January 7, 2008, 6:55 pm
Cracking website.  May i suggest a 'Where did you find us?' option below: a)Recomended by a friend b)Boasting family member c)Tatler d)Searching for 'Sheepham Mill' on Google due to it's incredible reputation for witty banter and high birds.

On the subject of high birds i see you finally shot the blighter that slipped past me all those years ago. He got his comeuppance.

Glad to see Padre is keeping busy.

All the best BNs. Happy New Year

Freddo

Comment posted by Padre (jmbn@btinternet.com), on January 6, 2008, 11:21 am
Happy Birthday Ant

lol Madre and Padre  XXXX

Comment posted by Padre (jmbn@btinternet.com), on January 3, 2008, 7:51 pm
Quite

Comment posted by Ant (anthony_burnellnugent@ajg.com), on January 3, 2008, 5:20 pm
There seems to be a lack of people playing on this?

Comment posted by Ant (anthony_burnellnugent@ajg.com), on January 2, 2008, 5:04 pm
Hoping to get more than just the B-N's onto this Blog.

What we need to do is ask some deep philosophical questions to be answered.

Comment posted by Ant (anthony_burnellnugent@ajg.com), on January 2, 2008, 4:38 pm
Hoping to get more than just the B-N's onto this Blog.

What we need to do is ask some deep philosophical questions to be answered.

Comment posted by Ant (anthony_burnellnugent@ajg.com), on January 2, 2008, 4:36 pm
Hoping to get more than just the B-N's onto this Blog.

What we need to do is ask some deep philosophical questions to be answered.

Comment posted by Bails (charlesdbailey@hotmail.com), on January 2, 2008, 4:36 pm
Tony - Many thanks for lunch. Fired up the camera yet?
Happy NY to all.

Comment posted by Padre (sheepham@btinternet.com), on January 2, 2008, 12:48 pm
Ant - deligted to see you have got going on the Blog.  Please encourage the others.  No need to sign on - just press on.  Best to avoid the anonymous if you can !

Uncle Charles has just left; Tom is stuck in traffic near Taunton; Jo is doing the ironing; the burglar alarm man is about to arrive - so still no peace for the wick'n.

Pad

Comment posted by Padre (sheepham@btinternet.com), on January 2, 2008, 12:41 pm
Ant - deligted to see you have got going on the Blog.  Please encourage the others.  No need to sign on - just press on.  Best to avoid the anonymous if you can !

Uncle Charles has just left; Tom is stuck in traffic near Taunton; Jo is doing the ironing; the burglar alarm man is about to arrive - so still no peace for the wick'n.

Pad

Comment posted by Ant (anthony_burnellnugent@ajg.com), on January 2, 2008, 11:09 am
DK Christmas weekend at home, thanks for everything Rents.

Comment posted by Anonymous (Anonymous), on January 2, 2008, 11:05 am
Hi All,

Just testing this system out, seems you don't need to fill in any fields unless you want to, just type and post. Off to look at Cameras as work is amazingly quiet.

Comment posted by Ant (anthony_burnellnugent@ajg.com), on January 2, 2008, 11:04 am
Test

Comment posted by Padre, on December 30, 2007, 7:53 pm
Comment here with your first thoughts for 2008

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