Sunday, 7 June 2015
There may be only two sheep photographed here on a wet day on Romney Marsh, Kent. However, this area has the highest density of sheep in Britain and there are plans to make creative use of one of their by-products. An article in the Financial Times outlines plans for a new cottage industry to produce tweed in the same way as in the Western Isles. Will it weave the same spell? Click on for an interesting read.
Scottish Islands Explorer - a limited number of islands off the Kent coast