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Tidenham, Chepstow

01291 626642

Sat Nav: NP16 7NA

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

Monday - Saturday 9am to 5pm

Sundays & Bank Hols 10am to 4pm

Cafe closes half an hour before shop

Rapid Electric Car Charger Will Boost Tourism

Posted by on 14 Jan, 2016 in News | 0 comments

An electric car charging facility has just been installed at Tidenham near Chepstow. Located on the car park of Hanley Farm Shop and Business Centre the installation is a joint initiative with Gloucestershire County Council and was recently officially opened by District and County Councillor, Graham Morgan. Cllr Morgan, Cinderford (Lab), said; “I’m pleased to have been able to open this new electric car charging point at Hanley Farm Shop and Hanley Court Business Centre and is the first superfast charging point in the Forest. Its great news for the local community and will increase accessibility around this picturesque part of the world.” Cllr Patrick Molyneux, Sedbury (Con), said; “This is a great opportunity to enjoy our beautiful Forest in an environmentally friendly way. If you own an electric vehicle you can now enjoy the delights of the Dean with the knowledge that there is a fast and convenient point to charge your car.” “The electric car charger will be a fantastic boost to tourism as well as give locals the opportunity to charge their vehicles.” Said Lyndon Edwards, owner of Hanley Farm. “It will make the whole of the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley area easily accessible to the ever growing number of eco-tourists who drive electric cars. Not only will they be able to get here they will now also be able to charge up and get home too!” Whilst their cars are ‘plugged in’ drivers are able to use the café and facilities at Hanley Farm Shop during the short time that it takes to...

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A Tasty Treat for Chelsea Pensioners

Posted by on 14 Jan, 2016 in News | 0 comments

Lyndon and Maria Edwards of Hanley Farm Shop at Tidenham attended the annual ‘Ceremony of the Cheeses’ at the Royal Hospital in London. The ceremony dates back over 300 years; a Centuries-old tradition that began in 1692 when the Royal Hospital in London asked a local cheesemonger to provide the Pensioners with cheese as a tasty Christmas treat. Cheesemakers from all over the country have continued the tradition ever since. “The milk from our organic dairy herd together with that of 40 other farms across the area, producing only the highest quality milk, goes into the making of Kingdom cave-aged Cheddar cheese and that’s what was presented to the Chelsea Pensioners to enjoy over the festive season.” Said Lyndon. “We were delighted to be invited to London to attend the ceremony and to pay tribute to the heroism and sacrifice of our war veterans.” International award-winning Kingdom cave-aged Cheddar cheese is made in three varieties: traditional, cracked black pepper and caramelised onion. 99% of production is shipped to the USA where it is available in discerning delicatessen all over the country. Hanley Farm Shop at Tidenham, near Chepstow is currently the only retail outlet in the UK where you can taste for yourself and...

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Dairy Ambassador of the Year 2015

Posted by on 14 Jan, 2016 in News | 0 comments

Lyndon Edwards, organic dairy farmer and Deputy Chairman of OMSCo (the Organic Milk Suppliers Cooperative), has been announced as the deserving recipient of the Dairy Ambassador of the Year award at this year’s Cream Awards, which were held at the National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham. The judges commended Lyndon’s achievements in the dairy industry and acknowledged the significant work he does to support dairying in the UK. Lyndon, who oversees all farm and business activities at his 670 acre organic dairy farm outside Chepstow on the Gloucestershire / Monmouthshire border, is well-known in the dairy industry, having held a vast range of senior positions on leading bodies. “Lyndon is a remarkable asset to the dairy industry and is a strong example of a dynamic, innovative and successful dairyman,” says Nicholas Saphir, OMSCo executive chairman. “He is passionate about the industry, both conventional and organic, and works tirelessly in local, national and international roles that ensure he represents British agriculture in a positive, successful and creative light. “In his current role as deputy chairman and executive director at OMSCo, he has a deep involvement in leading the organic dairy industry,” adds Nicholas. “He has positively led OMSCo to set a massive example to the dairy industry as a whole; driving export and new UK business opportunities. Lyndon is also Chairman of the Dairy UK farmer’s forum; Chairman of the Action Group for Johne’s; Board member of Dairy UK; Board member of the Dairy Council and Board member of the Royal Association of British Dairy...

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Grow Your Own

Posted by on 5 Sep, 2013 in News |

Grow Your Own at Tidenham Landshare – Open Day [29/09/2013] September 29, 2013 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm Adjacent to Hanley Court Business Park – NP16 7NA (A48) (In case of bad weather please call 07944 468052 to check if we are still meeting.) Do you want to grow your own but don’t have enough space or know how to start?Transition Chepstow has a community food growing plot at Tidenham Landshare. We are keen to have more locals involved with growing their own fruit and veg on this plot. Come along today to see what’s happening and help out if you can.  Please wear sturdy footwear and come dressed for the weather on the day! If you are interested in learning more please contact Marcus via food@transitionchepstow.org.uk or 07944...

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Blackberry Walk

Posted by on 1 Sep, 2013 in News |

Blackberry Walk, Chepstow. [07/09/2013] DETAILS OF THE NEXT GUIDED WALK. SATURDAY 7TH SEPTEMBER AT 1PM. Easy 3 mile Blackberry Walk around Sudbrook with a taste of history & local preserves of the Preservation Sociey. MEET AT BLACKROCK PICNIC SITE. NP26 5TP Time for blackberry picking followed by a short talk at the Sudbrook Non Political Club given by Peter Strong of the Local History Society on the history of Sudbrook, refreshments available. Return to Black Rock Picnic Site for an optional BBQ (bring your own food) and to taste/purchase award winning produce of The Preservation Socity. Angaharad offers a swap crop service for home grown/picked produce. All welcome! Lovely views of the Severn Estuary and a chance to learn about this fascinating area. Any questions then please don’t hesitate in contacting us either by email chepstowwaw@hotmail.co.uk or call 01291 641856 Hope to see you there Chepstow Walkers are...

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Butcher Vacancy

Posted by on 21 Aug, 2013 in News |

Assistant Butcher Hanley Farm Shop requires an experienced assistant butcher to manage all aspects of our meat and to serve our customers. Salary dependent on experience and qualifications. This post will include working at weekends. If you are interested please Please enable JavaScript to see this field. a copy of your CV and a covering...

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