For the moment, Haddock's is looking very unloved.
The weather has been so foul that even stepping foot on the soil would be counter-productive; it is sopping wet and unworkable.
In the small plastic tunnel (top left) are Swiss Chard, Courgettes, Butternuts, Purple Sprouting, Kale, and Cavalo Nero, all waiting to be planted out. The compost needs to be spread, and I have several bags of horse manure also waiting to be rotovated in.
Maybe towards the end of the week things will get better, and Lady Magnon shall return from her Antipodean trip, in a couple of week's time, just as the weather improves; it's worth noting that she left just as it became dire. How very sensible!