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We live in extraordinary times. COVID-19 has changed the world as we know it. Even those of us who are lucky enough to live and work in the countryside will have had to make changes to our daily routines, and rightly so.

True, we are shielded from many of the day-to-day problems affecting those without spreading room. Many of us can continue to work and, to a degree, carry on

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