Meet Catchpole

Catchpole [ kach-pohl ] 

is a rare surname, being a type of tax collector in medieval England. The name is a combination of Old English (cace-, catch) and medieval Latin (pullus, a chick). It derives from the image that people who owed tax were as difficult to catch as farmyard hens.

Whilst our Catchpole has nothing to do with chickens or tax collecting, it is the name of a unique meadow/acreage that houses a