• Sheepish Activities April 2019

    23 March 2019 I had some help today! Nathan narrowly avoided being trampled by 13 hungry sheep. 28 March 120 and Chubby were particularly boisterous today. The guinea fowl were almost squashed in the rush for food. We have to surreptitiously put down the guinea fowl seed or the sheep hoover it up. 120 Chubby […]

  • eNews March 2019

    Enews – March 2019 In this month’s Enews we report on the ongoing Brexit uncertainties and latest HMRC advice. We also consider National Minimum Wage, National Living Wage and pension contribution increases and the latest guidance for employers. With confirmed income tax bands for Scottish taxpayers, year end planning, a landline scam warning and new […]

  • Sheepish Activities March 2019

    1 March 2019 Guess who is back from Australia! The sheep were very happy to see Amy. Amy has got a trainee position at Ormerod Rutter and we are delighted for her. And she will be around to help with the sheep and lambing! The daffodils have just popped into bloom along the driveway to […]

  • eNews February 2019

    Enews February 2019 In this month’s Enews we consider the unbelievable excuses taxpayers make for not filing their self assessment returns on time, consider advice from the Insolvency Service on protecting your pension pot and the latest post-Brexit Customs guidance. With the Making Tax Digital pilot now open to all eligible businesses there are lots […]

  • Sheepish Activities February 2019

    23 January 2019 This morning we had crispy sheep!  They were all lightly frosted. At this time of year, they do like the salt lick. Champion topping up … 8 February 2019 The weather wasn’t great today, Baby Lamb’s ears were a dead give away he wasn’t feeling very happy. 885 and Tim’s Sheep sheltering […]

  • Sheepish Activities January 2019

    24 December   Tims Sheep seems to be getting better, her eye is less cloudy. It was definitely sensitive to the touch which made us think it was an injury not an illness. After watching the pushing and shoving at feed times we think she must have bashed it on the metal bars of the […]

  • eNews – January 2019

    In this month’s Enews we consider pertinent announcements from the Scottish Budget including changes to income tax and Land and Buildings Transaction Tax. Meanwhile, the Pensions Regulator is advising employers to get ready for increased pension contributions. With a reminder to employees to claim tax relief on their expenses and the latest list of deliberate […]

  • Sheepish Activities – December 2018

    2nd December 885 and Tim’s sheep wanted a lot of fuss today.  We have now had Tim’s Sheep in the flock for 2 years. A close up with 885. Tim’s Sheep It was pellet day and there was the usual scrum.  It is a race to get the buckets on the floor without being knocked […]