After two hundred years of farming in Yorkshire, the Benson family were forced to sell up. They found – like so many other farmers – that big business was wiping out a way of life they had known for generations.
Farming had not come naturally to Richard Benson – he had fled to London long ago. But when he returned to help, he found himself caught up in memories of his childhood in the countryside.
‘A meditation on the nature of love, work and family, happiness and belonging’
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