Camilla west sussex
I had a small pet sitting business when I lived on Jersey in the Channel Islands until a couple of years ago.Since having returned to the UK I have decided to start it back up agan. A big part of my working life as a veterinary nurse was spent rescuing and re homing unwanted and badly treated animals.The Duchess was shown the striking piece during a visit to the exhibition Sussex Modernism: Retreat and Rebellion.Staged in the stunning surroundings of Two Temple Place - the neo-gothic mansion of American-born William Waldorf Astor - the free attraction features the works of artists like Henry Moore and Vanessa Bell. I have also got experience of farm animals like horses, donkeys, sheep, pigs and chickens through to llamas, alpacas and reindeer.
We have two employees, our amazing sheepdogs Belle and Fly, we would be lost without them.
A pouting red sofa stopped the Duchess of Cornwall in her tracks when she visited an exhibition celebrating Sussex's modern artistic heritage.
Camilla appeared fascinated by the Mae West Lips Sofa created in 1938 by the famous artist Salvador Dali and Edward James, collector and patron of the surrealists.
Today there are a number of farm buildings ranging in date from the early 17th century, find out more on the National Trust website.
Working with the National Trust we have entered the farm into an environmental project which will help to restore the hedgerows, establish pollen and nectar rich areas, manage species rich grassland and have farm visits for schools.