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Gets its name from Bolventor Farm, Lily and Brags Farm near Chagford.
Is named after the village of Gidleigh- a very small hamlet just outside of Chagford.
The original wool – named after the wonderful Moorland town nestled in the foothills of dartmoor itself.
Named after the village of Moretonhampstead. Moreton is the name used by locals, this is where 2 of Lily’s daughters lived.
Is named after the small village of Lustleigh near Bovey Tracey, this was and is still the most beautiful village ever.
Is named after Bovey Tracey – know to locals as Bovey – this is where I met and married my husband a true Bovey boy and where all his family descend from.
Named after Widecombe-in-the-Moor known locally as Widecombe and the jewel of the moor. Made famous by the Widecombe Fair which is held 2nd Tuesday in September where we show our sheep.
Is named after Postbridge a small hamlet famous for its clapper bridge just around the corner from Bellever.
Is named after Princetown a small town on the top of Dartmoor famous for its Prison this is where one of Lilys brothers was a prison warden
Named after the small hamlet of Sandypark just outside Chagford… home of the Sandypark Inn… whilst married to her first husband Lily and Thomas ran the beautiful thatched pub here.
Named after a very small hamlet in between Postbridge and Princetown- Bellever is where Lily and Blag first farmed.
Named after the green from our beautiful green field and moors and of the flag of Devon.
Blag was Lily Warnes second husband, a huge farmer standing at 6 ft 7″, they farmed near Chagford.
Granite Grey was inspired by a trip over the moors at sunset when I experienced the amazing summer sun bouncing off the granite tors.