Matt Baker: Our Farm in the Dales
As Sarah and her family adapt to rural life, plans for their ambitious home start to take shape. Husband Graham gets to work on digging a pond and the whole family help out with lambing season.
Sarah and Graham await planning permission from the council and find out if sheep's cheesemaking is for them. And the family celebrate Raffey's birthday with tea and cake.
Sarah and Graham learn how to make cider, but can they make it into a lucrative business? And after years of dreaming, they get the go-ahead to build their dream home.
Sarah and Graham get to work on the foundations of their new house, but things don't get off to a smooth start. And will Raffey and Laurie's petting zoo be a success?
Sarah and Graham dig the footings for their new home and try their hand at glamping with the whole family. And they get more than they bargained for when they hunt for Graham's lost signet ring.
Sarah learns how to keep bees, the family get garden inspiration at Forde Abbey and learn about foraging at Ham Hill, and as the coronavirus pandemic reaches the UK, work on the house comes to a halt
The building work on Sarah and Graham's new home resumes, as a Covid-safe team arrive back at the farm. And four alpacas come to stay, in Sarah's bid to make a menagerie of animals a success.
Sarah and Graham have a go at harvesting their own honey to make a surprisingly delicious condiment. And after years of dreaming, the first stage of building their new home is finally completed.