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Scyther’s Question Time

The Scythe Association of Britain and Ireland invites you to a FREE online Scyther’s Question Time Thursday 15th April at 6.30pm A panel of four scythe experts including Scythe Cymru’s Phil Batten Meadow Expert Richard Brown, Women’s Scythe Champion Andi Rickard Experienced scyther Chris Riley. will be available to answer your questions. To register for the event visit the SQT Eventbrite page Have a question … Continue reading Scyther’s Question Time »

Extra Introductory Scythe Course Added

Learn to scythe

Due to demand, we have decided to offer one more chance to come and learn to mow with us this year. Our last Introductory Scythe Course for 2016 will be on Wednesday 14th September. See this page to book. We still have places on the Peening and Sharpening Workshop on Sunday 18th September. This is a great opportunity to get to grips with the art … Continue reading Extra Introductory Scythe Course Added »

Falci Scythe Blades

Falci scythe blades

Following trials of blades from the Italian Falci scythe factory this spring, we are pleased to offer a limited number of these blades in our shop. Available for the first time in the UK, these blades have a strong international reputation. See here for the blades on offer. More models may be added as trails continue. To give you a taster of the blades in … Continue reading Falci Scythe Blades »

Scythe Better!

It’s not long now until the Twelfth West Country Scythe Festival. If you are looking to improve your scything skills there is still time to book on the Improvers Scythe Course (10th -11th June) that runs in the lead up to the fair. An excellent opportunity to improve your scything as well as meet and socialise with the wider UK scything community. Book your place now! To book, … Continue reading Scythe Better! »

Moles in the Meadows

One of my personnel markers of Spring is the moment when the sheep refuse even the sweetest hay in favor of the new grass growth, sparse as that may be. Thoughts then start to turn towards making the next crop. One of the first annual tasks in the hay meadow is flattening mole hills. While moles may be indicators of a healthy worm population, mole … Continue reading Moles in the Meadows »