26th May 2020 | Covid-19

Down on the farm during Covid-19

Hill House Farm at Beare Green, near Dorking is a family run farm dedicated to connecting people to the countryside through great food and outstanding rural experiences. Just before the Lockdown, it received the Surrey Hills Enterprises Gold trademark award for 2020/21. One of many local food producers needing to adapt production and delivery during the coronavirus crisis, Hill House invited Lord-Lieutenant, Michael More-Molyneux, to go down on the farm on 19th May to meet the team, along with representatives from Aldhurst Farm, Chalk Hills Bakery and Dorking Brewery. He heard how they’ve collaborated during this challenging time, delivering produce to homes all over the Surrey Hills and, with a new website, across mainland Great Britain. For more information click here.


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