Simon Beddows in his office© Tim Scrivener
“An Englishman’s home is his castle” is a phrase that was hijacked to mean you could do what you liked in your own home. However, in 1763 it was defined by William Pitt as giving householders the right to prevent entry into their homes. With a pinch of poetic licence, I am going to extend this to our farms. Since the August bank holiday we have twice fallen victim to nefarious activity that has seen both the farm office and […]