The stars shine brightest in the countryside so join us at our farm in the Cotswolds for an evening of stargazing on Wednesday 9th November.
This year marks the 70th anniversary of the Soil Association – the UK’s leading charity campaigning for healthy, humane and sustainable food, farming and land use.
Willow Crossley is a floral stylist whose wild, natural style I really like. Shying away from formal, neat displays, Willow’s creations include lots of foliage, branches and wild flowers in jam jars.
As the autumn hedgerows heave with delicious blackberries, our foraging efforts often find us with baskets brimming with fruit.
Over the years, I have formed a close and special working relationship with architect Spencer Fung.
I am looking forward to welcoming The Little Black Gallery to the farm next week for a pop up exhibition of photography in the Bamford Barn.
The plum trees at the farm are now heavy with delicious fruit and every morning we forage the grass below the trees to collect the precious fruit for chutneys, poaching, baking, pickling and roasting.
I am absolutely thrilled that The Wild Rabbit has been awarded their first Michelin star, with Executive Chef Tim Allen at the helm.
Join us for an evening’s discussion with two inspiring chefs as they discuss and share their thoughts and tips for cooking seasonally, whilst enjoying chilled Daylesford prosecco and delicious bruschetta.
Every September we hold a Harvest Festival at the farm, to give thanks for another year’s harvest and to celebrate the ample produce that the British growing season has brought us.