Food tastes better when it is grown and produced with passion and that’s exactly what you will find in our farm shop. Cool creamy milk, fresh morning bread, delicious meat from locally reared animals, vegetables fresh from the ground and free range eggs with rich yellow yokes. Remember those? You’ll find it all at Low Sizergh Barn Farm Shop. Our meat, poultry and game comes from the nearby farms and estates, and our huge variety of seasonal organic vegetables are delivered to the shop by wheelbarrow, courtesy of our social enterprise and charity, Growing Well – we can count the farm yards rather than the food miles! As past winners of the National Cheese Retail Awards we’re justifiably proud of the 60 or so cheeses available at our farm shop counter, particularly our own Kendal Creamy, Kendal Crumbly and Kendal Crumbly with Red Onion made from the farm’s milk. They’re the perfect accompaniment to one of the many jams and chutneys made from Cumbrian hedgerow fruits. Growing Well offers educational visits led by qualified teachers and volunteers. Children love to sow seeds, pick vegetables and prepare tasty dishes from the organic produce, learning how the food they eat reaches their plates. Combined with a visit to the milking shed to meet our cows and calves, and a round of collecting eggs from our hen houses, it’s sure to leave a lasting impression.
Facilities: Tea room, farm shop, gift gallery, clothes.
Tours: We offer guided farm visits for groups. National Cheese Retail Awards winners.
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