Celebrating the Best of Trill Farm

5 Oct 2017 | 0 comments

Trill Farm Winter Hamper

With the changing seasons we never quite know what to expect, but one thing for sure is that we are preparing our most wonderful hamper yet.

Trill Farm is home to a group of producers who work together with a mutual respect for each other and the land. We are creating a community by encouraging diversity - in the land, the wildlife and agriculture, the people and the activities. It is our future that we want to share, and our products aim to reflect this.

There are seven weeks to go and counting. Some products are still in the ground, some are already made, some are being crafted and some are still being formulated. This is how it works at Trill Farm - the plan is set but nature dictates much of the process. We only create a limited number of boxes because we believe this is how we get the best quality from our land.

Our farmers and craftspeople are here because we share the same values. We grow, harvest, forage, design, craft, cook and create within the growing capacity of the fields, hedgerows and woods. What the land provides each season determines what is made. Each product reflects the coming together of our enterprises; using their skills and passions, and the produce from our beautiful land to create a unique gift.

After some careful thought and a lot of consultation the hamper will contain the following products.

  • Winter soap - made by Rich in the Trill Soap workshop
  • Nourishing facial oil - made by Trill Farm herbs
  • Winter body oil - made by Trill Farm herbs
  • Winter tea - made by Trill Farm herbs
  • Hedgerow mixer - made by Daphne Lambert
  • Chocolate covered plums - made by Daphne Lambert
  • Blackberry, fig, port & thyme preserve - made by Daphne Lambert
  • Fennel & sea salt crackers - made by Chris The Old Dairy Kitchen
  • Wooden cheese board - crafted by Ruth in the Wood Workshop
  • Tomato seeds - grown by Ash and Kate in Trill Farm Garden
  • Ceramic pot with bay scented candle - ceramics made by Graham Newing and Romy Fraser, filled with Trill beeswax blended into beautiful candles by Sandie
  • Four botanical cocktail recipe cards - recipes by Daphne Lambert and Illustrations by Louise Throp

Over the coming weeks we’re going to share a little about the life of the products before they leave the farm, the people who make them, the skills they have and the challenges they face.

Planning a Busy Season

1 Apr 2017 | 0 comments

Clear crisp winter days and early morning walks around the frozen lakes have been a regular treat throughout January. And though the days remain dark and cold, we warm ourselves by looking forward to the life and energy that spring will bring to the farm. At the moment we are working hard making plans for a busy season to come. There are lots of opportunities for you to visit, learn a new skill, explore your creative side and discover more about healthy, and sustainable living. We are looking forward to welcoming you to join us.

If you like to plan ahead, we're offering you the opportunity to save 15% on all courses run by Trlll Farm by booking over 12 weeks in advance. See our course listings for details.

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