Tag Archive: local produce

Picturesque waterfall.
Self catering Herefordshire farmhouse

We have recently renovated the house I grew up in as a child and are now offering it as self catering accommodation.  It is situated on the Herefordshire/Worcestershire border on a working farm. It comfortably sleeps 12 with bunk beds and pull outs for 4 children. If you are interested, more information can be found at…

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Outside of Broadfield Court, including some outside table and chairs.
Broadfield Court

A huge thank you to Gina and Alexandra at Broadfield Court for inviting us there yesterday for a guided tour, tea, cake AND wine!  And to top it all off, the sun came out so we could enjoy sitting outside in the garden. We’ve heard of Broadfield Court but never had, or made, the time to visit before but it was so well worth…

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Wine or beer lovers, we cater for both!
Wine or beer lovers, we cater for both!

Last weekend, there was an alcoholic theme which our guests created unknowingly. Firstly, I was made aware that we have three pubs within 2 miles of us that are all featured in the Good Beer Guide.  I already knew this but hadn’t fully appreciated that some people would be attracted to this fact so thought I ought to enquire…

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Bringsty Forge Blacksmiths
Bringsty Forge Blacksmiths

Cutting and bunching up mistletoe for my regular customers and then eating mince pies at the Bringsty Forge Open Day has well and truly put me in the Christmas spirit. On Saturday 26th November 2011 Bringsty Forge held their third public open day in which they invited the general public to view their hand crafted artefacts…

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Herefordshire cider
Herefordshire cider

For the past couple of weeks we have experienced the aroma of apple juice every time we venture outside.  This is because the cider apples have been harvested and collected in the yard ready for transportation to the cider making plant. With over 9,500 acres of cider orchards in Herefordshire, the county produces well over…

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Teme Valley Farmer’s Market
Teme Valley Farmer’s Market

On Sunday, with the sun shining and friends from Oxford visiting, we decided to visit our local Farmer’s Market at The Talbot, Knightwick. The Teme Valley Market is one of the oldest farmers’ markets in the country and is very well attended.  It is held on the second Sunday of each month throughout the year, starting at…

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