Following a frustrating stop-start harvest, the relentless rain in September has made things, in East Yorkshire at least, decidedly more “grim up north” than “God’s own county”. So a couple of days “down south” last week provided an interesting change of scenery, and I don’t just mean the landscape. One of the things that struck me immediately as I drove down the A34 between Oxford and Winchester was the sheer number of car transporters on the roads, many loaded up […]
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