This weekend coming- March 25th and 26th -is an exciting one in the world of alpaca breeding, as the British Alpaca Society National Show is taking place at the International Centre in Telford. Continue reading
Are you an emotional person, with lots of ups and downs, or do you enjoy a calm, placid existence as you sail through life? Continue reading
December is a hectic time for everyone- and it was no exception here at Coco Alpacas. Continue reading
November was a busy but happy month. We celebrated the first anniversary of the Coco Alpacas wool shop with our customers on Saturday November 12- many people came along to enjoy our spinning and tapestry weaving demo and enjoy a few drinks and nibbles. Continue reading
I spread my wings in October with some public speaking and shared with two different audiences the story of how I set up my business. Continue reading
There were lots of busy fingers diligently working in the Coco Alpacas shop this Tuesday (October 11th) when Fiona Nisbet lead a tapestry weaving workshop which was fully booked.
At the beginning of August, we exhibited our products at the Burwarton show, a very popular agricultural event which really pulls in the visitors. The show was celebrating its 125th year, which is quite impressive. Continue reading
The excitement and bustle of the maternity ward continued into early July as my last two cria (alpaca babies) arrived. They were boys, and I’ve named them Indra and Ifan. Continue reading
June was a joyful month as three of my girls produced beautiful crias- but this year we had the unexpected drama of a difficult birth to contend with. Continue reading
At the beginning of the month there was Musicfest in Church Stretton – took 2 alpacas, Freddie & Finn who were in the square for most of the day- very popular with people asking lots of questions about them and taking photos. We were in the Shropshire Journal the following week.