Field to Food

Learning about the link between farming and food is as important as ever, and even CBeebies “Something Special” have been along to learn about the link between cows, milk and ice cream. Justin and his friends spent a day on the farm after finding Mr Tumbles bag on the farm. Justin got to meet the cows, watch Farmer Pye at work, tasted some delicious milk, helped Angela make her Coolcow ice cream, and had a well deserved ice cream at the end of the day.

We’re very lucky to be still be a working dairy farm, and our organic milk is used to make Coolcow Ice cream here on the farm, and is used in both our Cafe’s, kitchen and is available for you to take home!

Plus our very free range chickens are also doing their bit laying delicious eggs.

See how many Chickens you can spot when you come to visit.

Enjoy our Eggs in a breakfast bap, Coolcow Ice cream with a delicious pudding, or just sit back and enjoy a Latte or Hot Chocolate made using our Old Holly Milk. All our own produce is available in our Farm Shop.

Old Holly Homemade

We are very proud to be able to present Old Holly Homemade, a range of homemade Jams, Marmalades, Chutneys, Pickles and Dressings, which are all made on site by our team, using our local suppliers. So if you enjoyed your salad with its Old Holly dressing, or your toast with its Old Holly marmalade, you can now buy it from our Shop to enjoy at home.

Award winning Coolcow Ice cream

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Coolcow has picked up 5 awards at the Ice Cream Alliance National Awards 2016, and its a fantastic achievement for Angela and her team. Coolcow Ice cream uses the milk from the Old Holly Farm organic dairy herd and is made on site.  There’s 22 flavours available to try in our farm shop, see which one is your favourite.

Not only do we sell Ice cream in cones to enjoy straight away, but we also sell 1litre tubs of all your favourite flavours so you can enjoy our Ice Cream at home

CoolCow ice cream is also available for wholesale, for enquires or more details please email [email protected]