• Enews – February 2021

    This month we consider the latest Self Assessment figures, those named and shamed for failing to pay the minimum wage, and Scottish Budget announcements. With guidance on bonuses for businesses taking on trainees, calls for changes ahead of the Budget and the Supreme Court ruling on business interruption claims there is a lot to update […]

  • Sheep Blog Jan 2021

    7 January 🐑 🐑 🐑 It was minus 3 this morning. The sheep looked like they were sugar-frosted and the fog was thick. 10 January 🐑 🐑 🐑 52 is still always hungry for his pellets when we get there. The others are just on hay. The mud is pretty deep around the feeder it […]

  • Sheep Blog Dec 20

    22 November 🐑 🐑 🐑 The sheep are soon to be moved back out to the field to make room for the cows who will be overwintering in the barn.  This protects the pasture from being churned up. The bull, cows and calves go in one side.  And the young teenagers go in here where […]

  • Enews January 2021

    Enews January 2021 In this month’s Enews we consider the latest lockdown grant package, the extension of the Job Retention Scheme and guidance on the VAT deferral. We also update you on action to disrupt tax avoidance scheme promoters, the approaching self assessment deadline and a warning against potential capital gains tax rises. With guidance on making […]

  • Enews – November 2020

    Enews – November 2020 In this month’s Enews we report on the latest government measures that have been brought in to support businesses through a second national lockdown. The furlough scheme has been extended while grants for businesses and the self-employed are being made available. In other news preparations continue for import and export trading after Brexit […]

  • Sheep Blog November 2020

    17 October 🐑 🐑 🐑 It was nice to see the guinea fowl hanging out with this year’s lambs as we travelled up the drive to the office. 18 October 🐑 🐑 🐑 We were alarmed to see sheep wandering free on the track on our way to the barn this morning. When we got to the barn, there were more […]

  • Sheepish Activities Sept/October 2020

    16 September 🐑 🐑 🐑 Another lamb needs a bit of TLC so has been put in with Sonic.   Sonic we’ve established is a boy. The new lamb is nowhere near as fretful as Sonic. The new lamb has a similar fleece to Champion so possibly has some Dorper in him/her. It’s a much softer wool and […]

  • Enews – October 2020

    Enews – October 2020 In this month’s enews we consider announcements made as part of the government’s Winter Economy Plan. In other news we consider the new trade arrangements with the EU following the end of the Transition Period, which apply from 1 January 2021; the rise in house sales following the introduction of the […]