Our Yorkshire Farm's Amanda Owen offers stern warning to Ravenseat visitors as she rattles off rules in video | The Sun

OUR Yorkshire Farm star Amanda Owen has offered a stern warning to Ravenseat visitors.

The Channel 5 star listed a number of "guidelines" to follow if you're planning on visiting the famous farm this summer.

The Shepherdess, 47, urged fans to close all gates, pick up their litter and to keep their dog on a leash.

Sharing a clip from her farm, Amanda said: "Well it's an absolutely beautiful day and we're out and about on the farm in the countryside and enjoying these beautiful green spaces now there are simple guidelines that we follow that's not to litter.

"If you have a dog with you to not have it off the leash where there's livestock and ground nesting birds.

"To close all the gates (or leave them as you find them) and to have a safe and enjoyable time when you're out in the countryside.


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"Now again that can be encapsulated within the idea of taking away only memories and leaving behind only footprints.

"Now if you want to know more about the guidelines to do with the Countryside Code then please look it up online."

Amanda explained that Ravenseat is prominent on the Coast to Coast path, meaning they have a huge number of hikers passing by.

She wrote a lengthy message alongside her post on how to follow the guidelines correctly.

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"It’s important that our visitors help to maintain this beautiful part of the world," Amanda said.

The Countryside Code, produced by @naturalengland, is vital to the present and future of our green spaces, however there are a few takeaways which I’m particularly passionate about.

"We should all: Leave gates as we find them, follow farmers instructions when animals are being moved, not approach animals and not feed animals.

"Dispose of litter – (picnics are commonplace for the children in the milder seasons, but we always make sure we leave no trace.

"Always take a bag out with you, use public bins or take the rubbish home with you. Protect the countryside and the wildlife in it).

"Keep dogs on a lead near to animals, make sure they follow rights of way if off lead, pick up dog poo and dispose of it in a bin.

"If there are no bins, take it home with you and dispose of it properly there."

Amanda said that visitors should enjoy the experience but refrain from making a mess on her land.

"As a Shepherdess and dog owner I know how important they are to my job, but also the wonderful companionship that dogs bring too. Dogs should be welcomed into the countryside, but the above key rules should be followed," she continued.

"In the UK, you don’t have to go far to enjoy the countryside, but wherever you decide to explore I think it’s always worth remembering the message which I regularly say to the children, 'take only memories and leave only footprints'."

The show follows the lives of Amanda and Clive Owen on Ravenseat Farm in Swaledale with her nine children – Raven, Reuben, Miles, Edith, Violet, Sidney, Annas, Clementine and Nancy.

The couple hit headlines last month after Amanda split from her husband of 21 years after ‘growing close to cameraman’.

Amanda confirmed the split on Instagram, writing: “Clive and I are sad to confirm that we have made the difficult decision to separate.”

There have been five successful series of Our Yorkshire Farm, and a sixth series is yet to be confirmed.

Season five followed the family through the second lockdown during the worst winter months.

Earlier this month the TV star opened up her "chaotic" home life after their split.

Speaking at The Game Fair, the Yorkshire Shepherdess confessed: "My home life is busy and chaotic, but my work life is solitary.

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"Too much of each one is not good, but living in a remote place gives me peace and quiet."

Amanda added of her surroundings: "You can lose yourself and distance yourself from everyone and everything.

"Once I go out of that door to work it is back to basics."

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