Sharpham Wine and Cheese set to Host ‘Socially Distanced Picnic’ for International Picnic Day


Sharpham Wine and Cheese set to Host ‘Socially Distanced Picnic’ for International Picnic Day

Photo Credit: Nick Hook Photography

Thursday 18 June is International Picnic Day and Sharpham Wine and Sharpham Cheese, near Totnes in South Devon, are set to host their first ever ‘socially distanced’ picnic day. Situated on the banks of the River Dart, the food-filled destination is best known for their vineyard, cheese dairy and ‘The Cellar Door Kitchen’.

Between 12 – 4pm on Thursday 18 June, the area surrounding Sharpham vineyard and cheese dairy will be open for visitors to come and enjoy a picnic. The Cellar Door Kitchen will be providing delicious bites including of course a  takeaway cheese board with trimmings. Sharpham Wine are serving wine by the glass or bottle to takeaway and the shop and vineyard are both open for visitors.

Sharpham Cheese MD, Greg Parsons, says: “We are delighted to welcome guests back to Sharpham and we have given a lot of thought to how we can open our doors. Guests are welcome to our picnic benches, or to picnic on the grass in the designated areas, but we will ask all visitors to comply with the restrictions and look after themselves and each other.”

To avoid disappointment, we encourage visitors to pre-book your place by emailing info@sharpham.com. The weather is looking good so bring a blanket and join in.

Sharpham Cheese and Sharpham Wine is also available to pick-up via Click & Collect or through national mail order. 

www.sharpham.com / www.sharphamcheese.co.ukinfo@sharphamcheese.co.uk / 01803 732600.

Photo Credit: Nick Hook Photography

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