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Dozens of kids from all over searched the grounds at Mount Hope Farm for little treats the Easter Bunn left behind Saturday. Kids were divided into two groups — up to 6, and 7-11 — for … more
Kids from all over are invited to Mount Hope Farm this weekend to search the grounds for treats the Easter Bunny left behind. The fourth annual Mount Hope Farm Easter egg scavenger hunt is free … more
To the editor, On behalf of the Board of Trustees of the Mount Hope Farm Trust, I am writing in response to the Speak-Out piece in last week’s Bristol Phoenix saying that the farm has no … more
This is about Mount Hope Farm. You’re getting TOO BIG FOR YOUR BRITCHES. The citizens of Bristol are not going to relive what was going on up there for a very long time — not letting … more
About the gentleman calling about SNIFFING JOINTS IN BRISTOL BARS … I’m sure if your son is in a bar drinking with you, he’s probably smoked or sniffed a joint before. Sorry, but … more
To the editor: On behalf of the Board of Trustees of the Mount Hope Farm Trust, I am writing in response to the Speak-Out piece in last week’s Bristol Phoenix complaining about dogs running … more
A new leader has taken the helm at Mount Hope Farm, replacing Jennifer Bristol, who resigned recently to pursue other opportunities. Andrea Rounds, a Bristol resident, has been named interim … more
It has been just over 4-½ years since I became the executive director at Mount Hope Farm. I am still awestruck each time I come up the drive, or see a baby goat come into the world. I still … more
Ellie Lobel was 27 when she was bitten by a tick and contracted Lyme disease. Her first doctor told her it was just a virus, and it would run its course. So did the next.  As time wore on, … more
An increase in bonfires and trespassers at Mount Hope Farm has caused the management to close the gates at 6 p.m. every night. The gates had previously been left open at all hours so that residents could responsibly enjoy the privately-owned property. more
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