Trill Farm, the 300 acre organic farm and education centre in Axminster, is now hosting delicious weekly organic lunches for local residents and visiting guests, prepared in the Old Dairy Kitchen by Chef-in-residence, Chris Onions and his team.
Since the beginning of May these informal lunches take place every Wednesday at 1pm. Each meal is a seasonal celebration of the freshest produce from Trill’s wild larder and organic gardens.
Lunches are communal affairs, eaten at large tables so guests have a chance to talk to the staff and volunteers and find out what life is like on this working farm.
After lunch optional informal tours are offered to discover a little more about the farm, the workshops and courses that are run by the Trill Trust, the education charity based on the farm. And of course there is the chance to see where the lunches come from by visiting the Trill vegetable and herb gardens.
Farm lunches are priced at £8 for adults, £4 for under 12s and free for under 4s. To book contact Chris Onions on 07478 733677 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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