It’s Real Bread Week from the 19th-27th February, and we would like to take this opportunity to invite you to our farm!
Real Bread Week is all about the hows, wheres, and whys of buying quality bread or learning to make your own with great ingredients. We are keen to help everyone understand where their food comes from, and what decisions are best for them.
Continue reading “Real Bread Week 2022 – Milling Tour and Tasters”
A twist on our annual open day for these times of Covid, we are having a “by appointment only” open day with morning and evening tours.
They both follow the same format –
- 10am market garden walk
- 11.30am tea and cake
- 12noon farm walk;
- 1.30pm market garden walk
- 2.30pm tea and cake
- 3pm farm walk
The shop will be open throughout the day as well for any beef, lamb, mutton, sheepskins, flour, grains, knitting wool or eggs you might need.
Please book so that we know how many to expect. each session is limited to 30 people. We look forward to seeing you there!
Please note that these links will take you to the EventBrite website.
We write monthly for the magazine Bridport Times. To see this article as originally published, view the pages on Issue.
Written by Leila Simon
One of the things we
feel strongly about is showing how we farm and why we believe in
farming the way we do. We want people to understand how their food is
produced. We want them to feel happy about it, and to use their
buying power to encourage methods they approve of. It’s been said
we actually get three votes a day on how the world around us looks
and works: they’re called breakfast, lunch and dinner!
Continue reading “Talking ’til the cows come home (Bridport Times, August 2019)”