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Mrs Meurs manages the Meadowbrook bank. She lives with her husband and their two children Archie and Ella on Lavender Farm.
Montague (or Monty as he is usually called) is a retired draft horse.
Brenin the blue fairy-wren might be small but he’s a powerful ally.
Rhedwr (pronounced Rhe – do) is a cheeky fox who roams the hills and paddocks around Lavender Farm.
Meet some of the animals who live on Lavender Farm.
Ella lives on Lavender Farm with her mum and dad and Archie her older brother. She loves Agatha and Blossom and all the other animals.
Archie lives at Lavender Farm with his little sister Ella and his mum and dad. Archie loves helping on the farm and playing pirates.
Mr Meurs lives at Lavender Farm with his family. He grows apples, pears, apricots and plums in the orchards and runs some sheep, cattle and a variety of other farm animals.
Agatha’s sisters, cousins and their numerous offspring live in the burrows across the river from Lavender Farm.
Meet Bandit, Snoop, Apollo and Bram. These adventurous young rascals are Blossom’s cousins. They live in the burrows across the river from Lavender Farm.
Buck is a cunning, shape-shifting were-rabbit who wants to create as many were-rabbits as possible and take over both the animal and human worlds.
Celyn Tegid is the wise and mystical hare. He is known only in legend as one who long ago learnt the ancient and sacred lore at Myrddin’s feet.
A skilled predator and bully who stalks the neighbouring farms. He has sworn revenge against Blossom.
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Agatha Bunny lives in the garden at Lavender Farm near Meadowbrook.
Blossom is a young rabbit living with his mother Agatha at Lavender Farm.
Roly is a cunning rodent who lives in one of Lavender Farm’s old sheds.
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