Our Yorkshire Farm’s Amanda Owen talks show return amid uncertain future at Ravenseat

Amanda Owen reveals how she met husband Clive in 1996

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Amanda Owen has confirmed there will be a new series of Our Yorkshire Farm in a candid admission. The farming series follows the life of the shepherdess, her husband Clive and the couple’s nine children on their remote Ravenseat Farm.

The 46-year-old has spoken out about the new series after the show abruptly ended earlier this year when Channel 5 filled the season finale’s slot with the period drama Anne Boleyn.

Fans were left disappointed after the show was taken off-air but the shepherdess confirmed the series will return.

The series four finale is yet to be aired but Amanda has reassured fans that they will not have to wait too long for new episodes.

The mum-of-nine admitted she is “always the last to know” as she addressed the upcoming series.

“There is a new series coming. It will be in the autumn,” Amanda explained.

“I don’t know exactly when as I am the last person to know!”

She continued to Yorkshire Live: “I do know that those episodes are done and there is more filming going on at Ravenseat.”

Amanda was speaking at her former school Newsome Academy where she returned today to talk to students about career aspirations and “chasing your dreams”.

The news comes after Amanda admitted she is unsure whether she and her husband Clive will continue living at their Ravenseat Farm in the future due to uncertainty over her children’s career plans.

The shepherdess opened up about her plans during a candid new interview with Poet Laureate Simon Armitage on BBC Radio 4.

The television personality revealed in response that their future on the farm is uncertain at this stage, as she doesn’t want to “look that far ahead”.

The mum-of-nine divulged: “I don’t look that far ahead.


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“I say to the children they can be whatever they want to be and go wherever they want to go.”

Amanda explained that their children go through phases about wanting to leave their rural lives behind.

She added: “And of course they go through stages where they’re more enthusiastic about the countryside, as they get older into their teens obviously they want to go away.

“Raven [Amanda’s eldest child] when she went to York, she was heading to the bright lights, couldn’t wait to get to a place where her phone worked and she could order a takeaway without it being cold and stuck to the paper – it’s all brilliant.

“But you know within a month or two I’m getting text messages asking how to make Yorkshire pudding tins out of bean cans and can you prove a loaf of bread on a radiator when you haven’t got an open fire.

Amanda and her husband Clive are parents to nine children together, seven of whom still live at home.

Miles, 15, Edith, 12, Violet, 10, Sidney, nine, Annas, seven, Clemmy, five, and Nancy, three, all still live in the Owen family home at Ravenseat while Amanda’s two eldest children have moved out.

Raven, 18, is currently studying bio-medical science in York, while 16-year-old Reuben has started an apprenticeship as a mechanic.

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