Less than 2 weeks until our British Summer Food and Drink Festival in our Glasshouse here at Lymefield.
On Saturday 23rd July from 11am, our Festival will be a celebration of British Food and Drink. Along with a showcase of our own produce and Butcher’s counter (with our locally reared meats), we have invited some of our Lymefield friends exhibit their produce on the day. There will a... read more ›
As the end of a very busy December and a very busy year draws near, I thought it might be good to have a look back on how 2015 unfolded here at Lymefield! January January 2015 began like any other. A tidy up of the remnants of December (mostly pine needles in places where they ought not to be) and a good think about what we wanted to achieve in the year ahead. To warm up the colder months of Janu... read more ›
Last service for hot food in the Tea Rooms is 4pm. If you have any questions or queries at all then please do not hesitate to get in touch with us on 01457 764686.
We hope you have an excellent festive season and look forward to seeing everyone in 2016! read more ›
Hampers and gift ideas for Glossop, Broadbottom, Mottram, Stalybridge and beyond!
Our Farm Shop creates wonderful hampers throughout the entire year, but around Christmas time we really go big with our gift ideas, and the hampers are an important part of that. We can create hampers to suit different tastes. So if you know that someone is a fan of real ales, we can create a hamper consisting... read more ›
Let us paint the scene.
Christmas Trees. Real ones. Hundreds and hundreds of them. A strong, fresh scent of pine in the air and Christmas music (Mariah, obviously) is jingling away in the background. Our sheepdog Jip is running around as usual yet still keeping everyone in line.
Selling real Christmas Trees under an amazing Broadbottom sky!
This is what Lymefield is like co... read more ›
Our first full wave of winter shrubs have arrived. Yes, the nights are drawing in and the weather colder, but there are still plenty of ways to bring colour to your garden.
All of these winter shrubs are evergreens hardy enough to survive a tough Northern winter, and have their best moments throughout the cold months when other plants and trees are having a break.
Here is a selection of some... read more ›