For the initially time in two many years, an organic Oxfordshire farm will be throwing open up its gates to the general public.
Sandy Lane Farm in Tiddington, close to Thame, will be keeping driving-the-scenes excursions in September to give an insight into what escalating organically is actually about.
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It is to rejoice the Soil Association’s ‘Organic September’, and tours will be by farmer George Bennett.
Head market place gardener, Eleonora Giuliodori, previously of the Michelin Starred Le Manoir Aux Quat Saisons and Kew Gardens, will also be working a amount of excursions close to the farm, taking in the polytunnels, bean cathedrals, herb gardens and new regenerative ‘no-dig’ beds.
The natural farm shop will be extending its opening several hours and local Oxford firm, Horsebox Espresso, will park up its cart in the farmyard for light-weight refreshments all through September.
There will also be a compact exhibition from award successful area photographer Mark Lord, documenting everyday living on the farm throughout the seasons.
Sandy Lane Farm lately created it to the ultimate a few in the ‘Best Organic and natural Farm Around 10 Hectares’ group in the Soil Association’s nationwide ‘BOOM’ awards and have been licensed natural and organic for additional than 30 decades.
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It provides the organic and natural vegetable box company, Ten Mile Menu, which provides in Oxford, Oxfordshire and South Buckinghamshire.
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