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Open Farm Sunday at Court Farm

PUBLISHED: 09:30 17 May 2016 | UPDATED: 09:30 17 May 2016

Open Farm Sunday at Court Farm

Open Farm Sunday at Court Farm


Local farmers Lisa and Simon would be delighted if you could join them and their team to see how their farm runs and also give the opportunity to visit their Farm Shop & Butchery. The open day is taking place on Sunday 5 June.

This event in association with Cotteswold Dairy includes:

 Free entry 10am-4pm

 Plenty of free Parking

 Activities and walks around the farm

 Meet the animals and farmers

 Farming displays (see the tractors and equipment the farmers use)

 Farming demos and shows (shearing, wool spinning, wood carving with a chainsaw)

 Food tent to sample delicious tasters from suppliers

 Lots of great offers in the farm shop and butchery

 Homemade burgers and sausages (cooked to perfection)

 Cotteswold Dairy demos (milking, making butter, planting grass seed)

 Charity raffle

Court Farm is built upon a strong history of traditional family farming as well as the valued loyalty of their customers. It all began selling their own Free Range Eggs and locally sourced potatoes from their “Egg Shed”. Now it is going from strength to strength with their new Farm Shop & Butchery which specialises in the sale of traceable fresh meat both from the family’s own beef herd, lambs & pigs as well as from local producers.

They provide an outlet for their own fresh, free range eggs, honey from bees on their farm and support other local producers of a variety of goods – do go and visit them to see their extensive range.

Simon won on the 10th May ‘Best Farmer’ in the Western Daily Press Awards which reflects his dedication and great understanding of his animals. From field to plate, they are delighted to have won and achieve recognition for their own produce and farming practices.

Pop the date in your diary and visit Court Farm, Shop & Butchery for a great family day out not to be missed. There will be lots going on as well as plenty of delicious, home produced and local food to tempt your taste buds!

The location of the farm situated in the village of Stoke Orchard on the edge of Bishop’s Cleeve on Stoke Road (just before the railway bridge). There will be plenty of parking on the day in one of their fields. See you there!

Stoke Road, Stoke Orchard, Cheltenham, GL52 7RY

01242 678374


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