Be inspired by Bath’s top chefs and join us at one of our new evening cookery demonstrations here in the farm shop. First demo up is Noya’s Kitchen on Wednesday 13th May at 7.00pm. Noya will be sharing a taste of Vietnam with her beautiful aromatic dishes. Tickets cost £16, which includes the demo, tasters and a drink. Pop into the cafe to book or ring 01225 700881.
Noya’s Cookery Demonstration – May 13th.
Cookery Demonstration by Rachel Demuth – 11th June.
Join Rachel at Neston, who will inspire you with her veggie top tips and show you how to create the most fresh and colourful dishes in an exciting cookery demonstration. The cost is £16 per head, which will include all those essential tips, recipes and of course some tasters. To book a place either call 01225 700881 or pop into the cafe and talk to a member of staff.
We are pleased to announce that after taking over at the start of February we were able to make a few transformations and open again by the 13th February! Thank you for all your support so far, we have many exciting developments and projects planned and we are really looking forward to sharing them all with you!
The shop and cafe opening hours are below:
Monday – Saturday 9am – 5:30pm (kitchen closes at 3pm and cafe closes at 5pm)
Sunday 10am – 4pm (Kitchen closes at 3pm and cafe at 3:30pm)
We look forward to seeing you all soon,
Tom & the team!
Re-opening & new ownership news.
We are very excited to announce that Neston Park Farm Shop has had some refurbishment and will be reopening next week under new ownership! The changes have taken a little longer than we hoped and we are sorry for any inconvenience. We hope you will enjoy the changes we have made so far, and we have a busy schedule planned over the coming months. We expect to be open again towards the end of next week but we’ll keep you informed.
The new owners are the Bowles family who also run Hartley Farm Shop at Winsley. We are really excited about this opportunity, and working with the local community. We look forward to seeing you all very soon. – Tom Bowles
New Meat & Stew Boxes available from tomorrow 17th Oct
Changing of the Guard at Neston Home Farm
After 35 years as Farm Manager at Neston Home Farm, Sandy McFarlane is taking a well-deserved rest and has retired. No doubt he’ll still be keeping a watchful eye over what’s happening on the farm, and will still be on hand to offer advice from his vast experience.
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