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Worcestershire - Gorsehill Abbey Cheese

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Gorsehill Abbey Cheese

Gorsehill Abbey Farm,
Collin Lane,
BROADWAY,
Worcs
WR12 7PB

+44(0)1386 852208 (fax +44(0)1386 858570)
mobile +44(0)7789 964925

Email: cheese@gorsehillabbey.co.uk
http://www.gorsehillabbey.co.uk/

Gorsehill Abbey Cheese

Cheesemakers in the Vale of Evesham - St Oswald “Best English Cheese” 2007, and Cotswold Natural “Best Organic Cheese” 2007 - cheeses sold locally through shops and Farmers Markets and from the farm.

Between the foothills of the Cotswold hills and the rich fertile ground of the Vale of Evesham, lies Gorsehill Abbey Farm. The Dairy herd like the rest of the farm is managed to organic standards, and the Montbeliarde and Friesian cows are traditional breeds renowned for the quality of their milk and the flavour which it imparts to the cheese.

The farm has been registered organic for over 10 years, although it has been managed along organic lines for very much longer. Many of the pastures are at least 150 years old, and retain the ridge and furrow pattern which developed in the middle ages but disappeared from most farms in the second half of the 20th century due to modern cultivation techniques. The cows also graze the Perry Pear orchards beneath ancient trees whose fruit is used to produce perry in the autumn.


Creation date : 09/03/2010 @ 17:49
Last update : 09/03/2010 @ 17:49
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