BBC Country file
It was a delighted to welcome Matt Baker, Ellie Harrison and team to Soulton talk about monuments and soils
The programme went out out at 7pm on 14 April.
It's page on the BBC iPlayer is here.
The features at Soulton covered the sustainable conservation agricuture ('no-till'), as well as Soulton Long Barrow and a resident stained glass artist's work here.
Below are some social media tweets about the programme.
Matt Baker #countryfile “oh my word. It’s so calming”— Sacred Stones Ltd (@SacredStonesLtd) April 18, 2019
Ellie: “It takes your breath away, litteraly. It’s sort of magical”@DyingMatters @creative_dying @LifeDeathWhat @BeyondLifeUK @BBCR4OC pic.twitter.com/J52Q2jhpI3
Thanks for having us! https://t.co/LSbwpNDeAL— BBC Countryfile (@BBCCountryfile) 14 April 2019
Well. #countryfile was a lot of fun and the comments on #soil and on the #soultonlongbarrow were engaging and some a bit humbling.— Soulton Hall (@SoultonHall) 14 April 2019
Thank you all for your engagement.
Come and see us some time! pic.twitter.com/FTSEgfaVnk
Oh what a wonderful thing! I've got a real lump in my throat at the beauty of it all. Beautiful stained glass art for such a loving place to remember your loved ones! #countryfile— Isobel Brown (@izzles25) 14 April 2019
At 7pm on BBC1 join Matt Baker and the rest of the @BBCCountryfile team where we find out more about soil quality and visit a contemporary long barrow https://t.co/yjn4SYP3s8 pic.twitter.com/twOtH1eWc1— Matt Baker Fans (@mattbakerfans) 14 April 2019
A lovely tribute to a lovely families idea 🌟— Visit Ellesmere (@VisitELLESMERE) 15 April 2019
Definitely, will be watching next week 😊. The burial mound was absolutely beautiful, what a gorgeous magical place for your loved ones & their families— joyce Jordan (@joyceJo49834475) 14 April 2019