This is all about celebrating the arrival of purple sprouting broccoli around the end of February
Roger Saul, founder of Mulberry and Sharpham Park, will be hosting a supper club at Daylesford’s Pimlico cafe on 19th January.
January is the time for warm, cosy layers and Bamford’s Haybarn Collection of essential pieces for travel, spa and relaxation are perfect for wrapping up in comfort.
Daylesford Cookery School has come up with some great recipes to make the most of your leftover food from Christmas Day.
Nature lies at the heart of Bamford and these beauty gifts would make an indulging gift for family or friends.
Shake off the Christmas excess with a wildlife walk around the Daylesford Farm on Sunday 27th December.
Daylesford’s farmshops are full of organic festive food that would make a lovely gift for all the family.
Decorating the house for Christmas is something that I look forward to every year.
The Daylesford Cookery School has provided this light dinner party starter, which is crammed full of useful techniques that can either be used individually or together.
To help you prepare for Christmas Day, Château Léoube’s head wine maker Romaine Ott has put together some suggestions.
This Christmas, Bamford has put together a collection of seasonal gifts, all beautifully wrapped and boxed, with a special Christmas charm.
Christmas is a magical time for children and this year we have an incredible line up of festive children’s events taking place on the farm.
At Daylesford we work closely with the women of developing communities in India to create our hand made Christmas decorations.
A rich, spiced pudding that is perfect for this time of year.
Today the press has been filled with articles on findings from a new report commissioned by the Prime Minister about antibiotics in livestock.
The most thoughtful gift for a food-loving host at Christmas is a hamper bursting with delicious, artisan goods and at Daylesford we have dozens of hamper options available to match every personality.
Preparing and sharing food is at the heart of everything we do at Daylesford – never more so than at Christmas.
For me, one of the greatest gifts you can receive is the gift of time – a chance to step back from a busy schedule, relax and recharge.
Peter Kindel is the new head cheese maker at Daylesford’s organic creamery, where he is now in charge of producing all of our farm’s award- winning cheese.
Animal welfare is something that I believe passionately in. All of the animals on our farm live healthy, happy lives and our Christmas turkeys are no exception.
This Saturday is World Soil Day – a global celebration of the importance of soil.