The Last Shepherds - Northumberland Cheviot Hills

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    A captivating glimpse of a fading era, The Last Shepherds follows Dave, Stewart and wife Gwen as they tend their flocks on the rugged Cheviot Hills in Northumberland. Dave, whos keen on preserving the customs of the past, has worked on the same farm for 40 years. He carves his own walking sticks, makes his own sheepdog whistles from pieces of tin and enjoys nothing more than a night of music and memories at a shepherds¹ get-together on a winter¹s night. Inspirational and evocative, this fascinating look at shepherding traditions chronicles a way of life that is destined to become a distant memory. To order the full DVD:
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    Resource type: Video
    Added by: Simon Cotterill
    Last modified: 9 years, 11 months ago
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