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Prof Trevelyan stepped in to buy the farm, which was eventually acquired by the trust in 1974.
With a father away fighting, the cows to be milked, a seemingly untameable horse and an unscrupulous neighbour trying to buy the farm, there are almost too many problems to face.
The objectives of the working party were to set up a Trust and raise funds on a stakeholder basis to buy the farm and so prevent it falling into the hands of the property developers etc.
Why don't the companies just buy the farms themselves?
Working with local nonprofit groups, the city agreed to buy the farm for $4.
He's delighted at being able to show the hunting, shooting and fishing types expected to buy the farm how it could look as a larger country house.
In all we lent them pounds 12,000 - we always believed they would buy the farm and pay us back.
He said: "The couple did buy the farm knowing the windfarms were a possibility, so I am quite surprised by some of their comments.