Covid Time Knitting

Covid Time has given me the opportunity to explore and experiments with my knitting. I love knitting and find it relaxing and challenging. There is always something new to learn. My Covid Time Knitting has resulted in two cardigans, a short sleeved jumper, four hats, four neck warmers, a scarf and two large shawls. I […]

Fox Sighting at Folly View

Lyndon was up in the night and looked out of the bedroom window. He thought he could see a cat below the greengage tree but he realised it was too big and had a big bushy tail with a white tip. A Fox , he surmised, was sniffing around under the greengage tree and was […]

From May 17th

From May 17th if you would like to stay at Folly View with people from another household you will be able to. This is in line with the Government Regulations around Covid 19. “Over night stays in guest accommodation are restricted to groups of up to six people or two households/ bubbles. People should stay […]

Covid Times

We hope everyone of our customers are keeping well during Covid Times. Here at Folly View we are both looking forward to having our Covid Vaccinations later this week. It seems silly to get excited about going to have a vaccination but it is an opportunity to see other people and to go out. The […]

Sparrowhawks

I can remember rarely seeing Sparrowhawks when I was growing up. One place we did occasionally see them was along motorway embankments. Sparrowhawks are now found through out the United Kingdom, even up in Shetland. We see them regularly around Folly View and down on Onny Meadows. Many years ago one hit a window at […]

We’re Good To Go

Here at Folly View “We’re Good To Go” and able to use the We’re Good To Go symbol. The AA have arranged the We’re Good To Go initiative following The Covid 19 pandemic. The We’re Good To Go symbols on our website show we have successfully completed a questionnaire of competence. It reminds us all […]

Peregrine Falcon in Craven Arms

I had an email from a friend in Craven Arms in which he told me of his encounter with a Peregrine Falcon. He had been watching the birds in his garden when they all disappeared, something flashed past him and he was aware it was grey. A couple of days later he spotted a bird […]

Shropshire Opening

I have ventured into Ludlow and Church Stretton to see what is happening and what is open.  I have not been out and about much so some of this is gathered from guest and friends. This is not comprehensive. So here is an idea of some places I know are open in Shropshire. Ludlow Market […]

Folly View Open Again

We have had our first guests and all went well. They had a lovely time. They did lots of cycling and particularly liked the Long Mynd. My change over went well except I was very hot and bothered. I wished I could have joined our departing guests on their stop off at the Millennium Green […]

Birdlife

On Sunday morning Lyndon opened the bedroom curtains to see a family of Bullfinchs feeding on the greengages Mum and Dad and four fledgling. This is Mr and Mrs Bullfinch’s second brood. The swifts have gone for the Summer. I saw one solitary swift last Friday night, it is very unusual to see just one. […]