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submitted on September 18, 2016 4:05 AM GMT
Name: Mya
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Comments: My best friend and I visited this lovely alpaca farm in August 2016. It was such an amazing experience and we were able to get up close and walk with the alpacas ♥. The goats were also so funny and cute. Ginnie was very hospitable and friendly and answered all our questions! Thank you so much (^o^)//
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submitted on June 4, 2015 9:33 PM GMT
Name: Becky Mattocks
Email Address: Beckymattocks@gmail.com
Web site URL: Www.remaholidays.com
Comments: Had a fantastic birthday treat of a visit with my son for his 12th birthday. Best birthday ever. Even adopted an Alpaca. Would highly recommend a visit. Where else can you walk an Alpaca!
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submitted on October 6, 2014 2:49 PM GMT
Name: Chris Bray
Email Address: wooleybay@aol.com
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Comments: I loved reading about how you have achieved your dream. Your alpacas all look wonderful. What a wonderful life.
How did you hear about this site? Looking at what amenity land is used for.

submitted on August 9, 2014 10:20 AM GMT
Name: Janice Gibson
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Comments: My husband, daughter and I visited the farm on Friday 8 August 2013 and we had such a lovely time meeting all the alpacas! Owner Ginnie was very welcoming and friendly, and we fed some of the animals and also took Cosmo for a walk, which was great. The alpacas are so curious and adorable, and one or two of them even let us cuddle them (my favourite was Olivia, who seemed to take a shine to me). It was such good fun, we all really enjoyed it, and it was a lovely way to round off our holiday. I'd encourage anyone to visit, as it was a wonderful experience. Thank you Ginnie, and good luck with your dream!
How did you hear about this site? We were on holiday in Stratford and as my daughter loves alpacas, I Googled Alpaca farms near Stratford. Several sites came up but I liked yours the best because it seemed you were the most flexible regarding visit times and experiences offered.

submitted on May 1, 2014 4:30 PM GMT
Name: Rupert Harris
Email Address: harris_rupert@malcol.org
Web site URL: http://www.malverncollege.org.uk/Welcome-to-Malvern-College/
Comments: Gennie and her Alpacas came to join us for our school leavers photo on a rather wet day. Luckily the rain stayed away, and thanks to Gennie and her fantastic Alpacas, we have a memory to cherish for years to come! First class service, and a wonderfully friendly business! 10/10. Would definitly use Cotswold Vale Alpacas again!
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submitted on November 17, 2013 5:09 PM GMT
Name: Bev Brocklehurst
Email Address: bevbrock@talktalk.net
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Comments: Would just like to thank Ginnie for a fab morning very informitave and fun. Brought my sister in law a surprise spinning lesson for her birthday, my daughter and myself went along as on lookers and had a great time as well as Caraline learning about the Alpaca fleece and the different stages it goes through before you get an end product. Then we had a chance to meet and feed the Alpaca's what a great experience. Can recommend it.
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submitted on September 20, 2013 9:03 AM GMT
Name: Caroline Hughes
Email Address: corky1@blueyonder.co.uk
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Comments: Thank you for all the fantastic information on your website. I too am going to have Alpacas sometime. xxx
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submitted on July 24, 2013 7:30 PM GMT
Name: Rebecca Baker
Email Address: becky@spbaker.com
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Comments: Fantastic people and beautiful animals. Met you at a few events and always look forward to visiting your stand.
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submitted on March 26, 2012 5:27 PM GMT
Name: Mel Barnes
Email Address: melb310176@hotmail.co.uk
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Comments: We have been looking at becoming more self-sufficient and "living off the land" so to speak but have been worried about being tied to a small-holding, etc, but your story has given us so much hope and inspiration. Your alpacas look lovely. We'll hopefully find time to come and pay you a visit and have a look around at the work you do ................. don't tell the other half but the spinning classes and fleeces look VERY tempting! :) Keep up the good work :) Mel x
How did you hear about this site? Google (searching for how to start a smallholding)

submitted on January 6, 2012 4:29 PM GMT
Name: Gayle Rimell
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Comments: Seeing the advert for spinning lessons I decided to use my birthday money to have a go. What a treat it was like stepping into a different world sat there with Ginnie teaching me to spin the fleece looking out of the window with the Alpacas in the field. The kittens were a bonus. Many thanks for allowing me to share a part of your world I truly wish you lots of success you deserve it.
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submitted on September 17, 2011 7:28 PM GMT
Name: Fiona Lewis
Email Address: rob.fionalewis@btopenworld.com
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Comments: What a great site, full of really useful information.
How did you hear about this site? Surfing the net on Alpacas

submitted on July 17, 2011 1:23 PM GMT
Name: SANDRA PARSONS
Email Address: compers@fsmail.net
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Comments: Ginnie - I thoroughly enjoyed the Alpaca Open Day for your chosen charities. It was so interesting learning about the Alpacas and seeing the baby one just born on the Friday. Thank you so much for opening up your farm, you and your colleagues were so friendly and welcoming - Good luck with the future of the Alpaca Farm.
How did you hear about this site? The Gardeners Arms pub in Alderton on their notice board from the poster you put up on their notice board.

submitted on July 16, 2011 6:00 PM GMT
Name: Sue - Breeder of Marans and Cream Legbars
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Web site URL: www.darkbrowneggs.info
Comments: Hi there - nice to meet you today, hope all goes well with alpacas (and hens) Lovely website, and fab photos of the alpacas and their babies Many thanks and good luck with the eggs Sue
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submitted on July 9, 2011 7:53 PM GMT
Name: Jenny Taylor
Email Address: richjeni@btinternet.com
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Comments: Love to see the Alpacas as we pass by. Looking forward to your open day on Sunday
How did you hear about this site? Poster re open day

submitted on July 8, 2011 6:34 PM GMT
Name: Jude Gibson
Email Address: judeg@ntlworld.com
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Comments: Hi Ginnie, Many thanks for giving us a tour of your farm and introducing us to your lovely alpacas and also the gorgeous greedy goats. We came along with your neighbours Mel and Chris because we were unable to make it on your open day. Hope it's a really successful day and we would love to visit again. Suggested name for the kids - I think you said they were female - Sian and Seren. Thanks Jude
How did you hear about this site? word of mouth

submitted on May 29, 2011 7:26 PM GMT
Name: Pat Williams
Email Address: patwilliams25@tiscali.co.uk
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Comments: Just returned from a lovely afternoon visiting the farm. We were made very welcome by Ginnie and Tony who patiently answered lots of questions and we were able to watch the alpacas being sheared! (One of life's experiences!) We belong to a handspinning group based near Walsall so a couple of wonderful fleeces also returned with us. Already looking forward to the Open Day in July.
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submitted on February 2, 2011 8:47 AM GMT
Name: Caroline Hughes
Email Address: corky1@blueyonder.co.uk
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Comments: I have enjoyed looking at your website and am very interested in these lovely animals. Many thanks
How did you hear about this site? Found you on Google as you are in my area

submitted on September 20, 2010 9:43 AM GMT
Name: Fernando
Email Address: DES DII-SA6-MsgOps-Cpl7(Ajayi, Peter Cpl)
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Comments: What a lovely farm and a great contribution to the worcester society. I truley hope you get your planning permission soon as you deserve it. How is your son in law what a hero fighting for our country were is he based now.
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submitted on February 26, 2010 9:36 PM GMT
Name: Tarra
Email Address: tarrajoyce@hotmail.co.uk
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Comments: I found this site very useful. I love alpacs and would love to have my own heard however i am only 15 so i need to wait till i have a job and a car. So for the mean time i am reading and finding out all i can. Brilliant site. Can you post pictures when the 2010 cria are born :)
How did you hear about this site? My dream farm website on channel 4

submitted on February 23, 2010 8:37 AM GMT
Name: Mark & Sharon
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Comments: Hi Ginnie & Tony. Many thanks for the impromptu "tour" you gave us on a cold February Sunday. It was great to see your Alpacas who are obviously loved and cared for. Will revisit in the spring when the cria arrive. Now all we need to do is buy some land....!!!
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submitted on September 19, 2009 7:22 AM GMT
Name: Dr Peter Ajayi
Email Address: peter_ajay@hotmail.com
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Comments: After looking at your site I was impressed with the very high quality of standard of your alpacas. I will be inquiring to purchase one of your stunning females and will be in contact shortly, keep up the good work and i hope you get your planning permission.
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submitted on September 16, 2009 10:09 AM GMT
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Comments: Very enjoyable and informative website
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