Farm Boys Reunion 2024

Former YMCA “British Boys for British Farms” held a poignant reunion at North Cadbury Court on 23rd May. It marked ten years since their first reunion here in May 2014, which was filmed by the BBC’s Countryfile, a very special occasion for everyone at the court. After the second world war a large part of […]

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New York Times Article

Food and travel writer Alexander Lobrano spends eight days exploring the world of British farmhouse cheeses, from London to the West Country, where a good Cheddar rules the day. On a sunny October afternoon in the London neighborhood of Bermondsey, a cool breeze surprised me with the winy smell of apples. It brought on a

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Bee Hotels

Bee hotels have been placed at North Cadbury Court, as part of an experiment with Harper Adams University to determine the effect of dwelling cavity type on the occupancy and over wintering survival of native UK solitary bees. There are four types of commonly used bee hotels. These are typically made of different materials and

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Cheese Journeys 2023

A unique travel company which specialises in cheese adventures returns to North Cadbury Court this year, where the world famous award winning Montgomery’s Cheddar is made. “Cheese Journeys” will immerse foodies in culinary culture, as they travel to the west country to stay at the Court and indulge in their passion for dairy delights. Guests

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Niche Travel

What’s trending in niche travel tours. Travel Market Report by Laurie Wilson  There’s a niche tour and itinerary for every traveller: birdwatching, hiking, heritage, culinary, wine, photography, solo, female, architecture, cheese, wellness, bucket list, polar bears, even sloths. Here is a sampling of one of the most popular tours trending. Cheese Journeys Say cheese! Cheese-centric tours

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Looking After the Old Lady

Tackling Sustainability in a 16th Century Stately Home The challenges of protecting our environment whilst also preserving the history of a house dating back to mediaeval times, are not lost on the owners of North Cadbury Court. Huge efforts have been made over the years to sympathetically renovate what was originally a crumbling Grade 1

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