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News from the Dairy, Early June 2013.

Sarah's Musings

Well I’m not quite sure where May went but it appeared to go very quickly, hence our rather overdue Newsletter, for which I apologise. Despite the weather we have been very busy selling cheese, running Cheese Making Courses and trying to keep up with the new legislation that keeps being sent our way.

But these elements all add up to the varied and wonderful life that is running a small business!

In the Dairy - Michael

Under the watchful eye of Michael, our Head Cheese Maker, much cheese has been made this month. Michael has been making cheese for more than 50 years, his surname is Wisdom and this is very apt, as he is a very wise, clever, quiet and thoughtful man who is always striving to perfect whichever cheese he is making. His record keeping, attention to detail, knowledge, interest and passion for making cheese are astounding.

Brighton Blue

Our newest cheese, Brighton Blue seems to be gaining quite a following about which we are very pleased and Mark is spending many hours trying to devise ways of making more of this seemingly popular cheese.

Mark, Did you Hear him?

Some of you might have heard Mark's dulcet tones on Radio 2 on Simon Mayo’s Drive Time programme talking about making cheese at home and his new word ‘squidgery’ which he used to aptly describe our Saint Giles Cheese

Rent a Cherry Tree

In May a wonderful time was had at Cooks Yard Farm in Northiam, where the flowering of the cherry trees was being celebrated and where it is possible to rent your own cherry tree .

Do you Like Camping?

With hopefully better weather on the horizon you might like to go camping in Wild Boar Wood, a wood on our farm, please click here for availability.

The South of England Show
& Open Farm Sunday

We will be in attendance, from Thursday 6th to Saturday 8th June, in the NFU’s Meet the Farmer Area, where we will have cheese for you to taste so please do come and see us. Vist South of England Show for more detials.

Open Farm Sunday - This wonderful event occurs on Sunday 9th June. Due to other commitments we won’t be opening our farm this year but please visit Open Farm Sunday for open farms local to you.

Ashdown Forest Fun Run

Taking place on Sunday 9th June, at Chelwood Gate, we are sponsoring this fun 5km run held to raise money for St. Peter and St. James’ Hospice .

  Spring Summer is here with
Medita & Spinach Filo Parcels
Mark & Sarah Michael, our Head Cheese Maker Saint Giles Rent your own Cherry Tree at
Cooks Yard Farm in East Sussex
Glamping Starting this Thursday
The South of England Show

Fletching Garden Trail

If you like visiting gardens, the Fletching Village Garden Trail where you can visit over 20 gardens is celebrating its 21st year, is taking place on Sunday 16th June, is being combined with a Fun Run and a Village Fair and raises money for Fletching C of E Village School. For more information email office@fletching.e-sussex.sch.uk

Midsummer Motown

Would you like to listen to motown and support a very worthy local cause, St Peter and St James’ Hospice then why not visit Midsummer Motown to purchase tickets for this event taking place at Cockhaise Farm, Lindfield, on Saturday 22nd June.

Where Else Can You See us in June?

We will be at Bexhill Farmers’ Market every Friday, at the Gingham Fair and at Spadework Farmers’ Market both on Saturday 8th, at Caterham Food Festival on Sunday 9th, at Lewes and Westerham on Sunday 16th, at Coolings on Saturday 22nd and at Westerham on Sunday 23rd.

Have you Won our Goody Bag of Cheese?

Our winner this month is Julie Bickerdike. Julie please contact me sarah@highwealddairy.co.uk to claim your cheese goodie bag.

Have a wonderful June and I do hope the sun decides to shine,

Yours an ever hopeful,

Sarah and all at High Weald Dairy

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