On the beach with Ellie of Ebbtides

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The two varieties of seaweed which flavour our new Rustic, red Dulse & bright green Sea Lettuce, are sustainably hand harvested from this very stretch of pristine East Devon coastline. At the end of March we spent a fascinating few hours at the farthest reaches of Jacob’s Ladder beach in Sidmouth with expert harvesters Ellie and Tony of Ebbtides, learning …

Dorothy’s got a new sidekick

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Dorothy’s Diary #2 We have exciting news! Dorothy has a new sidekick, Dotty! Exciting news from Coolings Farm! Dorothy the heifer calf has a new best friend called Dotty. Dotty was born on the 21st January and named by the Wotton’s young daughter, Grace. Dorothy and Dotty are currently living in a comfy barn next to some lambs. They will …

When Julia (and her film crew) came to visit

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Julia Bradbury visited Sharpham to film her new ITV walking series and we were delighted to introduce her to Sharpham Cheese. In Cornwall and Devon Walks Julia went off the beaten track exploring Cornwall and Devon by foot, meeting the people who live and work in these two spectacular counties and sampling some of the West Country’s legendary fare. In …

Dorothy’s Diary. Meet our new Jersey calf.

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Annie has been getting to know the new calf on the farm which looks after our Sharpham herd. This is Dorothy, our new heifer calf who was born on Christmas Day. She lives at Coolings Farm – in East Prawle – where the farmer, Jonny, looks after her along with our other cows. She’s fed a mixture of calf milk …

A hearty thank you

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A hearty THANK YOU to you all We would like to thank all our fabulous customers and consumers for buying our cheese this year. Our stocks are running low and we have even run out of some favourites! It has certainly been a torrid year, with November 25% down on last year. But the last couple of weeks have been …

Coffee and cheese are the perfect pairing

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Blue Goose Coffee and Sharpham Cheese have teamed up with their award winning products to show that a cup of coffee and a well-curated cheese board are as delicious together as the more traditional wine and cheese combination. This year both Devon companies have both been awarded coveted two star accolades by the Great Taste Awards, and it seemed a …

Tuesday Night is Cheese Night

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Watch again: Tuesday Night is Cheese Night with Charlie Turnbull and Greg Parsons Charlie is a cheese expert, cheesemonger and awards judge and host of the Academy of Cheese famous ‘Tuesday Night is Cheese Night’ You Tube channel. In November he chatted to Sharpham owner, Greg Parsons, and talked Sharpham Brie, Ticklemore, cows, how Greg came to buy the cheesemaker …

‘Cheese with a taste of the sea’ by Martin Hesp

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We’ve all heard of surf-n-turf – and some restaurant critics are sniffy about the prospect – but there’s a new seascape-meets-landscape kid on the Westcountry block which has nothing to do with matching steak with lobster. Sharpham Dairy has launched a delicious new cheese which utilises the very best from Devon’s fields and blends it with a healthy and sustainable …

Sharpham is new Patron of Academy of Cheese

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Sharpham joins forces with the Academy of Cheese as Patron to support their mission to encourage a greater understanding of the craft of cheesemaking. The Academy of Cheese, brainchild of fellow Devon cheesemaker, Mary Quicke, was set up to promote cheese knowledge for the artisan cheese industry and for cheese lovers. Since it was launched in 2013, with its motto …