We will be pleased to supply our goods and services either via email or snail mail, or feel free to visit. The map fibs, so please note we're behind The Rhydspence Inn a mile or so left of the blue pin, towards Hay, on the A438.
We do some of our best work at 2:00 in the morning and so you are welcome at any time but, as you can see from the map, it's a wee bit isolated here so it's always best to check with us first just in case we're out in the woods shooting grizzlies or something.
Drovers Barn, Whitney-on-Wye, Herefordshire, England, United Kingdom.
Whenever you wish, just get in touch and we'll get right back to you as soon as we can.
There's a mobile number you can try - 07885 786826 - but be warned the signal is poor and you're probably better off using the Pony Express. Or the '01497' land-lines. It's fun living here.
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OK we confess, with some embarrassment, the home of GF & GFEnts is not just for cats. There are also two dogs in residence here which we have studiously ignored thus far. So I suppose in the interests of balance we ought to introduce you to them before we leave you to explore the Resoucres and Archives sections that follow. You sure you're ready for this?
Say hello to Angus and Douglas ('Gus 'n Doug') also known as The Gormless Duo or, in the native tongue of Sparrow, The Glaikit Twins (it's Scottish but it means much the same). They are bearded collies. They are also twin brothers so it's difficult to tell them apart, however I can relate with confidence that the one is on the left and the other is on the right so that's sorted. Now tell me, honestly, have ever seen more muttier-looking mutts than this? There has to be some sort of prize for anyone who dares suggest yes.
But don't be fooled , they are in fact extremely intelligent and after just a few days we had trained them to rescue people from snowdrifts, herd cattle and compile crosswords for the Sunday Times. No, hang on, that's another dog we once had. Ah, I remember now; it has taken us until now to get them to sit. Which they do. When they have a mind to, that is. Tough guard dogs, eh? Take a closer look; they are both wearing hair-clips. How macho is that?
Oh well, someone has to love them. I suppose it must be us ...