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A new wellness space by Carole Bamford – Bamford Haybarn Spa Brompton Cross

A new wellness space by Carole Bamford – Bamford Haybarn Spa Brompton Cross

October is set to be an exciting month for both Daylesford and our sister company Bamford, as together we prepare to open two beautiful new locations in Brompton Cross, South Kensington. For Daylesford, our fourth London farmshop will open on Sloane Avenue offering sustainable pieces for the home and of course the finest organic food […]

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A new wellness space by Carole Bamford – Bamford Haybarn Spa Brompton Cross
Zero waste cooking – 4 top tips from Alexandra Dudley

Zero waste cooking – 4 top tips from Alexandra Dudley

Reducing food waste is something we are passionate about at Daylesford and we have various initiatives in place across our farmshops to help us to ensure that we throw away as little as we possibly can. When cooking at home, there is so much you can be doing to reduce the amount of food that […]

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Zero waste cooking – 4 top tips from Alexandra Dudley
Win prizes at #DaylesfordHarvest: new competition categories announced for this year’s Harvest Festival

Win prizes at #DaylesfordHarvest: new competition categories announced for this year’s Harvest Festival

We loved your homemade cakes, jams and artwork so much last year that we are making the competition tent even bigger and better at this year’s Harvest Festival, taking place on Saturday 22nd September 2018. It’s a wonderful opportunity to get creative, show off your skills and hopefully win some fabulous Daylesford prizes for your efforts. […]

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Win prizes at #DaylesfordHarvest: new competition categories announced for this year’s Harvest Festival
Beekeeping at Daylesford and our Autumn Honey Harvest

Beekeeping at Daylesford and our Autumn Honey Harvest

Daylesford currently has over thirty hives and we harvest a mix of jarred, chunk honey and cut comb. Bees will fly up to three miles from their hives to collect pollen, so Daylesford honey takes on the characteristics from the hedgerows, fruit trees and wildflowers in and around our organic farm. Every year is different […]

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Beekeeping at Daylesford and our Autumn Honey Harvest
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