Eve comes to us with a wealth of experience. She has previously worked in nearby schools and a local butcher. Eve clearly loves cooking and the quality of her pastries are exceptional. She has fallen in to step with the team so quickly it’s like she’s always been here. I just wish I’d sorted out a cook earlier – although, if I’d done that we may never have got Eve!
August 2013. So, not only do we own lots of piggies we have now moved to a nearby farm with more space so we can start to breed with our pigs. We are passionate about animal welfare so to have our pigs born and raised on the farm = happy pigs. Sarah pictured here to…
With MoonPig.com we have supplied the apples from our local orchards for MoonPig to create a spooky gin. I had no idea that MoonPig did gifts as well as cards. Be sure to look out for this product.
Summer 2019 saw us sleep with our pigs. Yes, that’s right, previously we have been travelling from our house back and forth so many times during farrowing season that it is simply just easier to camp out. We love our spacious bell tent but not quite so the animals that all wake so early. The sheep start bleating as soon as sun is coming up! But hey, we love rural life and are very lucky to be in this beautiful village.
March 2020. As the majority of the world goes into lockdown we can assure you that as long as all our staff stay well and healthy we will be open as usual. Monday – Friday 9am to 6pm. Saturday 9am – 5pm and Sunday 9.30am to 1.30pm (we have a little lie in). Safety measures will be in force.
September 2012. Look what we have started to do! We are renting a small space near to our house and have welcomed Zulu, Dotty and Angel (named by the children). The first of many we hope. We’ll be able to recycle our fruit and veg waste to these piggies and they will come back as sausages. Ticks all the boxes – zero food waste, low food miles, free range. For us it is not just animal welfare it is love at first sight.