Farm Forced to Host Weddings to Survive
When Sally Urwin first started working on her farm, she had a different idea in mind of what it would be like. She imagined herself wafting around in floral dresses followed by a bevy of rosy-cheeked children. But the reality was quite different, especially when she had to host weddings to get through the foot-and-mouth epidemic of 2001.
Read more in the Daily Mail to find out more about how she turned to tea rooms and weddings to rescue the farm, with a little help from Marjorie the hen.