Regenuary

Regenuary As a small company in a big world, we feel it necessary to take every precaution we can when it comes to looking after our planet and we hope that you feel the same way. Recently we have been exploring different ways in which we can make a difference. One of the current movementsRead More…

Reducing our Carbon Footprint

Organic farm produce, plants, dairy or meat, should always be carbon neutral as the crops we grow absorb as much carbon dioxide as is released by humans or animals consuming them. However, production, packaging and distribution is where we can, as food producers, improve our carbon footprint. Which is why we have invested heavily inRead More…

Christmas Wreath Making Workshop

Join Maria Heffer, a local flower farmer and florist for one of our festive Christmas Workshops at Park Farm. Maria will guide you in creating your own traditional or contemporary Christmas Wreath. You choose your style! The dates are as follows- Tuesday 30th Nov – 10am to 1pm Wednesday 1st Dec – 10am to 1pmRead More…

Completion of our project – Improvement and Expansion of production facilities for award-winning Bath Cheeses

We are delighted to have finally finished the extension of our cheese dairy. This project was partly funded by the ‘European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development’. The expansion has allowed us to almost double our cheese production as well as improve the quality and consistency. We have built new and bigger ripening rooms and dispatchRead More…

August Open Farm Day and Cheese Festival

In August we held our Open Farm Day and Cheese Festival – which was a huge success. Despite the early rain on the Saturday morning we saw many people come to our base at Park Farm and enjoy riding in the back of a tractor-trailer, meeting our animals and even getting a look at how we createRead More…

I Spy A Fledgling Fly

This fledgling was about to leave it’s nest, in one of our cider apple trees, for the first time. These ancient apple trees are full of holes made by woodpeckers over the years. This beautiful lesser spotted woodpecker chick has been very conspicuous with it’s red mohican and loud chirping. This tree is only 500 yards fromRead More…

A Golden Wedding

The founders of Bath Soft Cheese Co – Graham and Gabrielle (Gay) Padfield – celebrated their 50th (Golden) wedding anniversary this weekend. This is them leaving the Church under an arch of pitch folks 50 years ago, before they headed off to Cornwall for their honeymoon. They’re still in good health, enjoying life and guidingRead More…

Virtual Wine Tastings Begin

In April, we announced the opening of our new virtual wine tasting events. Cheese and wine lovers alike have been joining Hugh (owner and master cheesemaker), Ollie (cheesemaker and cheesemonger) and Richard (wine connoisseur) for evenings of tasting, chatting and learning. We deep-dive into the process of making our delicious cheeses, discuss how different flavoursRead More…

Trimming The Towpath

Farming is about countryside husbandry as well as animal husbandry. We farm over 500 acres. That includes a lot of river banks, streams, ponds and hedges which we are responsible for looking after. This week we have been doing some work on our river bank, coppicing back trees that might otherwise fall into the river.Read More…

The first calves of 2021!

Our cows have had a busy start to 2021. We’ve had a calf born every day since Christmas day and our calf barn is full of skipping bright-eyed long eye-lashed youngsters. Initially, they’re kept in individual pens so we can make sure they’re drinking their allotted amount of milk every day. At this time ofRead More…

2020 Recap…

It’s 2021! Finally, after the strangest year, we’ve made it out the other side. We wanted to take this opportunity to appreciate all the GOOD that happened here at Bath Soft Cheese in 2020 and look forward to all the adventures ahead… So here are some of our top 2020 moments: Kicking off the list,Read More…

Village Christmas Cake-off Competition

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! Despite the current restrictions, Bath Soft Cheese saw a glimmer of festive cheer on Saturday. Kelston village organised a “Bake-Off” Christmas cake competition which was held at the Bath Soft Cheese cafe. Unlucky for some, but not for our hungry judges, thirteen entrants delivered some mouth-watering cakes.Read More…