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Podcasts from the crew at Deepdale Farm, Deepdale Camping & Rooms, and Dalegate Market, including information about events around the North Norfolk Coast, updates about music events at Deepdale, conservation & farming news, and general news from this beautiful part of the world.
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As the Covid lockdown begins to end, and the campsite of Deepdale Farm reopens, Chris, Georgie, Nathan & Jason chat about welcoming back visitors, life on the farm, events coming up, music recommendations, and the new Countryside Code.00:00 - Intro music by Jess Morgan.01:03 - Chris & Jason chat about reopening Deepdale Camping & Rooms while enjoying the bird song and countryside around the campsite05:30 - Farm Chat with Nathan & Jason, looking at where Deepdale Farm is with the transition to organic and regenerative farming.16:57 - Georgie & Jason get excited about seeing people once again at Deepdale Camping & Rooms, the reopening of the shops & pop up shops at Dalegate Market, the street food we are hosting while Deepdale Cafe is closed, and events coming up later this Summer. The Pantaloons join us for 3 plays, one in June and 2 in August.31:11 - Chris & Jason talk music recommendations, a big passion of the team at Deepdale. Chris recommends Public Service Broadcasting, The Long Riders and his album recommendation for this month is Richard Quarterman's Carondelet. There is a podcast exclusive reveal about Deepdale Festival this September, so listen to find out more!35:16 - Outsiders by Richard Quarterman, a sample of this lovely track from the new album.39:31 - Nathan & Jason chat about the new Countryside Code from Natural England and the Coastal Code from the Norfolk Coast AONB. And how the mix of visitors with the amazing wildlife to the North Norfolk Coast can work.
Thanks for listening to the March 2021 episode of the Deepdale Podcast, which includes Farm Chat, an interview with Gin from MarGins Walking & Glamping, a couple of Favourite Places, and Music & Book Recommendations.Nathan and Jason start the podcast, standing in Big Breck, a field on Deepdale Farm, chatting about the latest steps as the farm goes organic and embraces conservation.Jason interviews Gin about how MarGins Walking & Glamping came about, her time with the Red Cross and the luxury camping she's offering at Deepdale in 2021.Chris joins Jason to chat about reopening the campsite & rooms at Deepdale, after lockdown, and the plan for the rest of the year including welcoming back tents and campervans, and looks forward to Deepdale Festival.Gin talks about her Favourite Place on the North Norfolk Coast, the walk from Burnham Overy Staithe to Holkham Beach.Simon pops in to talk about returning to work, the simple pleasures of catching the bus from Hunstanton to Deepdale, and the new hammock camping area at Deepdale.Chris gives us his latest Music Recomendation, Katie Spencer's new EP 'Hurt In Your Heart', and we include a sample of the title track, which is simply beautiful.Chris and Jason swap Book Recommendations, including The Shock Doctrine by Naomi Kline, The Overstory by Richard Powers, The Unlikely Pilgrimage Of Harold Fry by Rachel Joyce, and Girl Seven by Hanna Jameson. Also Jason waxes lyrical about Amend on Netflix.You can find lots more information about the Deepdale Podcast on www.deepdalecamping.co.uk or www.deepdalefarm.co.uk_____00:00 - Title Music by Jess Morgan01:03 - Farm Chat with Nathan & Jason10:50 - Interview with Gin from MarGins Walking & Glamping27:41 - Chris & Jason37:12 - My Favourite Place45:40 - Music Recommendation47:22 - Hurt In Your Heart by Katie Spencer49:55 - Books & TV Recommendations
Thanks for listening to the February 2021 episode of the Deepdale Podcast, produced by the team of Deepdale Farm, Deepdale Camping & Rooms and Dalegate Market in Burnham Deepdale on the beautiful North Norfolk Coast.This month we include chat about tourism and the hope of reopening Farm Chat, a favourite place, 4 book recommendations, and a couple of music album recommendations.Tourism Chat with Chris & JasonWith the uncertainty going forward, Chris & Jason chat about the new Covid-19 Booking Promise. And the improvements they've made over the Winter while the campsite and rooms have been closed - The new private rooms in the Stables and Granary, and new pitch options including Super Jumbo Pitches. Bookings are coming in and the whole team look forward to customers returning, particularly tents and campervans that we've missed so much.Farm Chat with Nathan & JasonNathan and Jason chat about the latest steps in the move to regenerative farming on Deepdale Farm. Farming continues, despite the lockdown. They've finally received confirmation of the Countryside Stewardship scheme, put up lots of bird boxes, planted a lot more trees, and are thinking about the mental health & general well being of the team and how it's improved by working in a wonderful environment.Andy's Favourite Place - Hunstanton & Old HunstantonAs a relativaly new arrival to the North Norfolk Coast, Andy is enjoying discovering the local area, walking miles with his dog. This month he tells us about walking along the coastline of Hunstanton and Old Hunstation to the West of Burnham Deepdale. The promenade, the resort town of Hunstanton, the attractions along the beaach front, the cliffs of Old Hunstanton, the lifeboat station and good places to eat & drink.Book RecommendationsMachines Like Me by Ian McEwanThe Living Mountain by Nan ShepherdThe Night Circus by Erin MorgensternThe Starless Sea by Erin MorgensternMusic RecommendationsHigh Romance by Emily Mae WintersThe Magic Show Part One by Little Red KingsCallous by Little Red Kings_____00:00 - Intro by Jess Morgan01:03 - Tourism Chat with Chris & Jason14:03 - Farm Chat with Nathan & Jason36:04 - My Favourite Place with Andy & Jason58:34 - Book Recommendations with Chris & Jason1:07:36 - Music Recommendations with Chris
Thanks for listening to the January 2021 episode of the Deepdale Podcast. Lovely to have you with us, hope you enjoy hearing about Deepdale Farm, Deepdale Camping and the local area.This month we have Farm Chat, an interview with Rachel & David from Moon Gazer Ale, 2 favourite places of Deepdale Crew, and a new addition to the Deepdale Podcast, a book recommendation.Farm ChatNathan and Jason chat about becoming officially certified by Organic Farmers & Growers, as Deepdale Farm begins its journey towards being an organic farm. Also chat about ongoing work with Norfolk Rivers IDB to help drainage on the farm, and the tree planting programme we are about to start.Interview with Rachel & David of Moon Gazer AleOur lovely friends chat about what inspired them to start the brewery (formerly known as Norfolk Brewhouse), their range of ales & lagers, and the story behind Moon Gazer brew names including Jigfoot and so many others.Chris' Favourite Place - Walk around Melton ConstableChris explains to us how watching the wildlife and seasons in the local area around Melton Constable is great for the sole and his mental health during the last year of uncertainty.Andy's Favourite Place - Snettisham Beach & The Ken Hill EstateAndy is discovering his local area, enjoying the wide open spaces of Snettisham Beach, and the rewilding of The Ken Hill Estate.Book Recommendation - Irreplaceable: The fight to save our wild placesA lockdown discovery by Chris, this lovely book will bring out your passion for your local wildlife, and help you understand what you see every day.Thanks for listening to this episode of the Deepdale Podcast. You can subscribe to our podcasts through any good podcast sites, including Apple, Google, Castbox where we host our podcast, just type in Deepdale Podcast to your favourite provider and we should be there.We’d love your feedback, so please do email us your thoughts and suggestions to podcast@deepdalefarm.co.ukWe’ll be back in February with our next episode, but in the meantime if you’d like to listen to previous episodes you can find them on your podcast provider or head to our websites deepdalecamping.co.uk or deepdalefarm.co.uk to see the whole back catalogue. The December 2020 episode is a must, as Chris gives us his music release recommendations from 2020.Thanks again for listening, stay safe and well in these strange times, and hope we’ll see you back at Deepdale in the not too distant future._____00:00 - Intro by Jess Morgan01:06 - Farm Chat with Nathan & Jason19:27 - Interview with Rachel & David, Moon Gazer Ale36:43 - Chris' Favourite Place, Melton Constable48:13 - Andy's Favourite Place, Snettisham and Ken Hill55:57 - Book Recommendation, Irreplaceable: The fight to save our wild places58:29 - Thanks for Listening
Thanks for listening to the December 2020 episode of the Deepdale Podcast, our end of year celebration of fabulous music from some of our favourite artists. Many have either played at Deepdale or we’d love them to play at Deepdale. Chris, Jason and Nathan bring you our Top Music Releases in 2020, farm chat and our favourite indy Christmas tunes (effectively the Deepdale Christmas Album).______Chris’ Favourite Music Releases in 2020Jason set Chris the challenge to pick 8 albums that reflected his listening in 2020, and what a set of albums he’s selected. We hope you will help these artists by buying their music, preferably directly from the artists.The Jayhawks – XOXOThe Jayhawks are Sheila’s favourite band, and she introduced Chris to their music. They got to meet the band at Moseley Folk Festival last year. Great album, and well worth purchasing.Courtney Marie Andrews – Old FlowersAnother discovery for Chris & Sheila at the Moseley Folk Festival. This album helps support her music crew who have had such a tough year. Not the happiest of albums, but fabulous music.Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit – ReunionsChris feels Jason is a ‘master songwriter’, and loves his body of work, but particularly this new album. Our Jason (not Mr Isbell) is new to The 400 Unit and loved this selection.Little Red Kings – The Magic Show Part 1A band we love hosting at Deepdale, and they were due to headline Deepdale Festival 2020. Fingers crossed they’ll be with us in 2021 instead. A band that is so talented and should be better know out side of Norfolk.The Chicks – GaslighterFormerly The Dixie Chicks, The Chicks changed their name to step away from the racist conertations of their former name. We’ve all been fans of these ladies for a long time, and this album is a return to form.Das Fenster & The Alibis – Lucky Charms & FirearmsThese lovely guys have produced a fabulous album this year. Fans of Deepdale Music events will have heard some of the tracks during performances from these guys. A great buy, will make you want to dance, and bring a smile to your face.Kirsty Merryn – Our Bright NightKirsty was due to perform at Deepdale Festival 2020 in St Mary’s Church, but Covid has moved that performance to September 2021. This beautiful album, taking you through one night is a beautiful piece of work.Martin Simpson – Home RecordingsWhat a brilliant album created in lockdown at home. Martin was due to play at Deepdale Festival 2020, and has kindly agreed to move his performance to September 2021, really looking forward to that.No one, who knows Chris’ love of music, will be the slightest bit surprised that he struggled to pick just 8 albums. So we gave him leeway and allowed him to include some honourable mentions.This Is The Kit – Off Off OnChris describes This Is The Kit’s album as one you could never get bored with. He would love Kate Stables and her band to play at Deepdale Festival, so this is an official invite to them, and we hope we can host them sometime soon.Kathryn Williams & Carol Ann Duffy – Snow AngelChris is quick to point out this isn’t an album, its a single specially produced for Christmas 2020. Kathryn was the one that got away in 2020, as was very nearly booked for the Deepdale Festival. With hope the stoned will aline and we’ll hear Kathryn performing at Deepdale sometime soon.The Shackleton Trio – Gonna Retrain As Santa ClausOur lovely friends the shacks, have taken government advice and headed the call for the arts to retrain, choosing to take the job of Santa Claus. We approve of the career move, but would miss their music if they did retrain!Man The Lifeboats – When The Time Bell RingsWe’ve welcomed these guys to Deepdale a couple of times, and they set the Brick Barn alight, with everyone dancing and loving the music. Due to play at our Beltane in May, which has been hopefully reset for this coming May, fingers crossed. Great listen._____Farm ChatAfter all that lovely music, Nathan & Jason have a bit of Farm Chat. A quiet time in terms of drilling crop and other workson Deepdale Farm, but our Winter Barley is poking its head out of the soil, our woodland management plan is taking shape, and the process of going organic continues._____Christmas TunesLast up on the podcast is what has been become known as the Deepdale Christmas Album. (Although its just samples, tempting you to head online to buy the actual songs)Little Red Kings – IntroLisa Redford – I Believe in Father ChristmasThe Shackleton Trio – Gonna Retrain as Santa ClausMan The Lifeboats – Whisky For ChristmasKathryn Williams & Carol Ann Duffy – Snow AngelMarina Florance – The Winter WindDusky Sunday – Every ChristmasFred’s House – Christmas at HomeTilly Moses – I’ll Be Home for ChristmasRattlebox – Ye Mariners AllAnd of course the whole podcast was started by the lovely intro track by the hugely talented Jess Morgan.HAPPY CHRISTMAS!_____Contents of this podcast00:00 - Intro by Jess Morgan01:03 - Introduction & The Jayhawks - XOXO05:57 - The Jayhawks - Across My Field08:05 - Courtney Marie Andrews - Old Flowers09:40 - Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit - Reunions11:26 - Little Red Kings - The Magic Show Part 113:19 - Little Red Kings - Weather The Storm15:21 - Dixie Chicks - Gaslighter17:34 - Das Fenster & The Alibis - Firearms & Lucky Charms19:13 - Das Fenster & The Alibis - Roll Up23:14 - Kirsty Merryn - Our Bright Night25:21 - Martin Simpson - Home Recordings26:37 - Martin Simpson - Angel From Montgomery29:11 - Honourable Mentions38:12 - Man The Lifeboats - When The Ship Goes Down40:23 - More Honourable Mentions41:58 - Farm Chat53:09 - Christmas Tunes55:01 - Lisa Redford - I Believe in Father Christmas56:23 - The Shackleton Trio - Gonna retrain as Santa Claus58:19 - Man The Lifeboats - Whisky For Christmas1:00:31 - Kathryn Williams & Carol Ann Duffy - Snow Angel1:02:35 - The Winter Wind Master - Marina Florance1:04:24 - Dusky Sunday - Every Christmas1:06:22 - Freds House - Christmas at Home1:08:26 - Tilly Moses - I'll Be Home for Christmas1:09:51 - Ye Mariners All by Rattlebox
Thanks for listening to the November 2020 episode of the Deepdale Podcast, hope it gives you some entertainment during this second lockdown. Ava, Chris, Jason, Nathan and Simon bring you news and chat about Deepdale and the beautiful North Norfolk Coast.We start with Farm Chat, where Nathan and Jason chat about life on Deepdale Farm, including the latest steps on the road with regenerative farming, organic farming, chicken poop, and soil testing.Simon presents his Top 5, and this month its all about local walks.Ava and Jason chat on Sheringham Beach about Ava's favourite place in North Norfolk. The attractions of the beach, the local street food, and the lovely town of Sheringham.Chris and Jason chat about life at Deepdale Backpackers & Camping during lockdown, our hopes for 2021 including welcoming back tents and campervans.There's chat about local community during Covid, the ways to support local artisans and producers, and about supporting local musicians. Chris is drawing together a recommendations list for music you need to listen to in lockdown and this winter.For more information on Deepdale, please visit www.deepdalefarm.co.uk_____Contents of this podcast00:00 - Intro by Jess Morgan01:03 - Farm Chat with Nathan and Jason30:27 - Top 5 Walks with Simon38:50 - My Favourite Place - Sheringham with Ava and Jason44:27 - Life and the run up to Christmas at Deepdale with Chris and Jason1:04:55 - Closing by Jess Morgan
Georgie, Nathan, Simon and Jason chat about the beautiful North Norfolk Coast and life on Deepdale Farm and Deepdale Backpackers & Camping.This month we start with the thousands of geese that visit the beautiful North Norfolk Coast each Winter.Georgie & Jason chat about events taking place on the North Norfolk Coast, including halloween events, such as Grimm Halloween at Holkham. And about the artisans & producers who frequent the pop up shops of Dalegate MarketlSimon presents his Top 5, featuring the most requested information by visitors about the local area, including places to eat & drink, Scolt Head Island and Sea Henge.Nathan interviews Vic Gerard and Michelle Thurlow at Letheringsett Watermill, where they have been milling some Deepdale Farm wheat to create the first batch of Deepdale Flour.Nathan & Jason chat about the latest work on Deepdale Farm, noisy wildlife, and the wonders of our local producers who worked so hard to keep us fed & watered during lockdown and beyond.And of course there is lovely intro track by the hugely talented Jess Morgan.
Welcome to the September 2020 episode of the Deepdale Podcast. Chat from Georgie, Nathan, Jason and some guest interviews, about life the universe & everything around Deepdale.Nathan and Jason kick off this episode with Farm Chat, chatting about life here, and the 4D chess game they are currently playing, while working out the transition to organic for Deepdale Farm. Don’t miss Nathan’s now famous impressions, including Homer Simpson, a Swallow tour leader, and a Clapham hipster. That will all make sense when you listen!You’ll hear the creation and launch of Wild Wednesdays, which are the new conservation events at Deepdale, working on the hedgerows around the farm.Jason interviews some of the Pop Up Shop artisans at Dalegate Market – Paul Macro who takes beautiful landscape photography of the area, Di Woodburn of Creakey Crafts, and James Buttifant painting penguin cartoons.Georgie and Jason chat about some of the events taking place this month. Anish Kapoor Exhibition at Houghton, Pop Up Shops at Dalegate Market, Norfolk Churches Sponsored Bike Ride 2020 (please cycle for St Mary’s Church, Burnham Deepdale), Norfolk Coast Dark Skies Festival which has become a virtual event for 2020, and the Geese are coming!
Georgie and Jason chat about social distanced places to visit on the beautiful North Norfolk Coast, and Nathan and Jason chat about harvest and the plans for the farm to go organic and stewardship schemes.
July's edition of the Deepdale Podcast.Jason welcomes back Georgie, chatting about reopening the campsite, how nice it is to have the team back, dealing with mental health during lockdown and generally chatting about life at Deepdale.Nathan joins Jason for a farm news update, including chat about the now very much present cover crops.
June's edition of the Deepdale Podcast.Nathan & Jason get excited about cover crops & regenerative farming, Simon reviews his Top 5 Hammocks, and the Wildlife of Burnham Deepdale perform a glorious dawn chorus. Who knew we’d include the words ‘whoopie slings’ in the Deepdale Podcast, and all the better for it!
Nathan and Jason catch up on the farm, chatting about how nature is enjoying the peace & quiet.Simon presents his Top 5 Exercises for lockdown.Nathan give his Top Tips for making Sourdough Bread.Simon presents his Top 5 Beers.Jason gives you some ideas of Things To Do While You Can't Visit Deepdale.Finishing up with the most wonderful recording of the Dawn Chorus at Deepdale by Nathan.Stay safe everyone, in these strange strange times.
Georgie & Jason chat about events coming soon. Jason chats with Nathan and a few of the conservation weekend volunteers. Georgie & Jason, with the addition of Simon chat about future events at Deepdale, including the Deepdale Hygge, Deepdale Beltane, Deepdale Festival and the essence of Deepdale. Finishes with a track by the wonderful Katie Spencer, Weather Beaten.
Happy New Year everyone! The January 2020 episode of the Deepdale Podcast is now available, with Georgie and Jason chating about the events coming up in January. They chat about running at the various Parkruns in the local area, including Holkham, Hunstanton, Blickling, Sheringham and further afield. The Farmers Markets of Creake Abbey, Fakenham, Aylsham and the tasty food available. Then they move onto the forthcoming events. The January Sunday Session with our favourite busker, Zeph. The February Sunday Session with Katie Spencer. And the June Sunday Session with The Shackleton Trio. You’ll find tracks from all three artists. Georgie and Jason get excited about the Deepdale Hygge and Deepdale Spring Market at the end of March. Would you agree with Jason that the Hygge is essence of Deepdale?
We chat with Nathan and Harriet, who are about to join the Deepdale crew. Jason interviews Emma O’Reilly after her gorgeous Sunday Session at Deepdale. There’s lots of chatter with stall holders and the organising team of the Deepdale Christmas Market. And we throw in a mention of some of the key events you’ll find this December, including the Hunstanton Christmas Day Swim, Royal watching at Sandringham, the Boxing Day Dip at Cromer, the Jolly Sailors Pub Quiz that continues each Tuesday, the local parkruns at Hunstanton and Holkham, and a whole bunch of events with Norfolk Wildlife Trust.
Georgie, Simon and Jason chat about the events happening on the North Norfolk Coast during November, including Deepdale Christmas Market and the Emma O'Reilly Sunday Session. We have Emma's latest track, Count, for you to listen to. Jason chats with Jo at Holkham about the events the estate is hosting in the next couple of months. Georgie, Simon and Jason look into December, including swimming in the sea on Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
A Deepdale Festival Special recorded during the Deepdale Festival at the end of September. Interviews with artists Katie Spencer (8' 20"), Tilly Moses (16' 34") & The Shackleton Trio (25' 55"). Discover how the creative process works for them, and how they choose the places they play. Plus chats with Nathan & Harriet (Festival crew), Chris (Festival Director), Paul & Sue (Regulars and music hosts at The Garden House), Sarah, Caroline & Simon (Deepdale crew), all recorded on the Deepdale Festival site. Georgie and Jason will return shortly with the regular monthly podcast.
Georgie and Jason chat about events in September in and around Deepdale, including the Norfolk Coast Dark Skies Festival. Simon tells us about his favourite place on the beautiful North Norfolk Coast. There's chat about the more unusual acts at Deepdale Festival in late September. A look forward to events taking place at Deepdale in October, including the Norfolk Walking & Cycling Festival, The Sheringham Shantymen - Sunday Session, and First There Is A Mountain at Brancaster beach with the National Trust.
Jason and Georgie chat about upcoming events in and around the beautiful North Norfolk Coast during August. Jason and Chris chat about some of the highlights of Deepdale Festival, including how he asked Martin Carthy to perform. Chris interviews Morganway about their new album and their upcoming headlining set of Friday night of Deepdale Festival at the end of September. We even have a taster of Morganway's new single, Let Me Go. Enjoy this months podcast and we look forward to you listening in next month. Full details of all the events chatted about in this podcast, including Deepdale Festival, can be found on the Deepdale website at www.deepdalebackpackers.co.uk
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