To celebrate the beginning of spring we are launching a new series of weekend events at the farm.
There was big news last week from the European Parliament as MEPs voted to take action to curb the use of antibiotics in farming – something that I have always believed in.
Rita Konig is one of London’s top interior designers and someone who I have admired for many years.
Cristina Chandika Ma has been teaching the benefits of yoga and meditation in England for the past 12 years and has been a resident yoga teacher at the Bamford Haybarn since 2005.
Wild Garlic & Pumpkin Seed Pesto
Spring is one of my favourite times to walk in the countryside with my grandchildren and gather seasonal, foraged food like wild garlic and meadowsweet.
Come and join us at the farm on 2nd April for an introduction on bees – our most vital pollinators.
Early April is a time for new life on the farm, when the lambing season is in full swing.
For a healthy twist this Easter, try our raw hot cross bites with spices, fruit, walnuts, honey and coconut oil.
Fenwick on Bond Street is one of my favourite department stores, both for its eclectic mix of independent fashion brands and its excellent beauty hall.
Spring is the time for floristry and there are few things I enjoy as much as creating interesting and beautiful flower arrangements, for the table and for the home.
As contributing editor of Vogue magazine Calgary Avansino is well-known for being at the cutting edge of well-being and lifestyle trends.
Earth Hour is a global annual event organised by WWF where millions of people switch off their lights for one hour.
The hot cross bun is one of the most iconic British baked goods – dating as far back as Saxon times.
Easter, for me, is one of the most uplifting times of the year: a time for green shoots in the garden and new life on the farm.
Rhubarb can be quite low in pectin, despite its tartness, and it does tend to break down in to a puree as it cooks, so the texture is a little different to other jams, but the flavour is wonderful.
To celebrate Mothering Sunday Bamford have created a number of special, handmade gifts to show your mother just how much she is cherished.
We shall be celebrating Mother’s Day at the farm on Sunday 6th March with a number of special events.
The health and future of our planet is dependent on a diverse food and farming system and yet the biodiversity of our seeds – one of the world’s most precious recourses – is rapidly diminishing.