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|Cambridge - Glebe Farm|
Glebe FarmKings Ripton,
Tel/Fax: 01487 773282
*** Did you know that virtually all strong organic bread flours are imported thousands of miles from Asia, Eastern Europe or Canada.*** Glebe Farm travel as little as 300m from the farm to the mill.
Glebe Farm produces a unique range of organic flours and wheat, wheat-free and gluten-free bread mixes and cake mixes. All are suitable for bread machines and hand baking.
Glebe Farm offers a trusted organic flour, sustainably - produced, from habitats attractive to wildlife. There are 57 different bird species including reed and corn buntings. We often see Barn owls, Woodpeckers and during the summer Red Kites and Buzzards.
Rebecca Rayner runs Glebe Farm where the wheat and spelt crops are grown, milled and packed. There are two stonemills on farm; one for white flour and one for wholemeal. Local windmills are also used; Wicken and Over in Cambridgeshire and Whissendene windmill near Oakham.
Rebecca is passionate about keeping historic windmills in work as the income from grinding grain commercially helps fund essential maintenance work and give the mills a more secure future. Often windmills cannot pay for repairs relying on donations from weekend visitors. High winds can damage the sails and the mill can quickily fall into disrepair. The roof develops leaks and rot would eventually spread into the beams holding the millstones with disastrous consequences. So, isn’t it nice to know that when you buy Glebe Farm organic flour or bread mixes not only do you have delicious home baked bread to eat, but you are actually keeping some of the windmills of East Anglia viable?
Creation date : 21/09/2008 @ 16:45
Last update : 21/09/2008 @ 16:45
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