Sowing for the future

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Two of the former Spratts Van Hool Scanias with a Caetano Enigma Javelin from Tittleshall-based Peelings Coaches and one of the former Turner & Butcher Plaxton-bodied Bedford YNTs. ANDY IZATT

Simon and Catherine Moore started Jubilee Coaches to supplement the income they generated from their farm, but as they explained to Andy Izatt, their operation has developed far beyond what they originally envisaged

Simon and Catherine Moore run Jubilee Farm at Rollesby in Norfolk. For Simon, being a farmer fulfils a lifelong ambition, but establishing Jubilee Coaches three years ago means he’s been able to develop his long standing passion for coaching as well.

“My father Roger did a multitude of things over the years,” recalled Simon. “When I was born he was a publican. That was followed by running a village shop and then my parents bought somewhere big enough to keep some livestock. I think that’s why I always wanted to be a farmer. One thing led to another and Catherine and I started renting Jubilee Farm from Norfolk County Council in August 2012.

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