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MrRee

  • Joined Jan 2008
Re: Old TV show
« Reply #15 on: July 08, 2009, 05:17:25 pm »
Isn't another option (or is it the same thing) called an artesian well?
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rustyme

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Re: Old TV show
« Reply #16 on: July 08, 2009, 05:29:51 pm »
no illusions there Linz ...lol... I know what you mean about JB .. he is a bit tooooo much , full on .. look at me type...as for being up his own ....well .. he is up someones !!!!! :o :o

cheers

Russ

Tullywood Farm

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Re: Old TV show
« Reply #17 on: July 09, 2009, 06:00:52 pm »
I am not sure about the program that you are talking about but I am quiet sure that in the episode of It's not easy being green that they installed a solar powered pump to pump the water into the house.
They also have a web site about the series and the inevitable book.
kind regards
Joe

dannyonthefarm

  • Joined Apr 2009
  • Biddulph Moor
Re: Old TV show
« Reply #18 on: July 10, 2009, 01:18:44 am »
It is not itís not being easy being green that I am thinking of.  This program was about a couple I think they may have had young children.  I would say they were in there late thirties may be early forties. They moved from a town and I do remember there farm was in west Wales.
I think it stared just after river cottage and only ran for one or two series.

I think the programme was called the The Farm but when I look on the internet for it all I get is hits for the stupid channel five show The Farm the one with the B list celebs.

I canít use a solar powered pump as the pump will need to lift a head of water over 20m 

The pump is not that important as I am only play with the idea off taking water out off a stream that runs though my bottom field up to my stables and other field for drinking water for the animals and watering the garden.  The important thing is the name of this show as its driving me mad trying to find out what it was called.

Cheers Danny

Tullywood Farm

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Re: Old TV show
« Reply #19 on: July 10, 2009, 01:29:23 am »
Hi,
I remember the programme now you have gone into more detail.
It will also drive me mad now as I can't Bl**ding remember the name either.
But as soon as I do I will come straight back to you.
Kind regards
Joe

Tullywood Farm

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Re: Old TV show
« Reply #20 on: July 10, 2009, 01:39:43 am »
Down at the farm?.
I seem to remember they had 1 child and had a baby a few weeks after moving in.
She was always carrying the baby on the front of her even when she was making jams etc.
Am I on the right lines?.
Kind regards
Joe

Tullywood Farm

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Re: Old TV show
« Reply #21 on: July 10, 2009, 02:03:20 am »
Hi,
I think we might of found it!!!.
Try going to.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/wales/3194688.stm
And you can also serch
 
Downshifting - one man's tale

PLEASE let me know if this is it as I would like to stop searching and go to bed as it is now 2.01am only joking I am only happy to help.
Kindest regards
Joe  :)  :)  :)

dannyonthefarm

  • Joined Apr 2009
  • Biddulph Moor
Re: Old TV show
« Reply #22 on: July 10, 2009, 10:57:33 pm »
I think we are thinking of the same programme Joe but I am no sure about the article you found I donít think itís the same people from the TV show but  Thanks for trying.

Danny

Tullywood Farm

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Re: Old TV show
« Reply #23 on: July 11, 2009, 12:56:47 am »
Hi Danny,

I am still looking but so far this is all we have come up with!.
I as you am not convinced this is the same either.
Kind regards
Joe  :)

 

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