Wednesday 14th March 2012


Well we’re pleased to say that the Bee Shack re-opening was a great success last weekend, it was fab to welcome back old friends as well as meet new ones. Thank-you to all who who joined us, as well as the team involved in the re-vamp. We’re looking forward to the next one- 7th April – Easter Saturday!

A warm spring welcome to the Bee Shack

We also welcomed the ladies from a local Women’s Institute to come and see what we get up to here at Naish Farm. Charlotte, Elaine and Graham shared their passion and in depth knowledge through fantastic demo’s and a tour of the bakery. We then headed to the cosiness of the Bee Shack for the obligatory tasting where we insisted everyone try a little bit of everything – there weren’t too many complaints though! All in all it was a thoroughly enjoyable evening, so we look forward to welcoming the ladies back again soon. If you belong to a club or society who would be interested in coming to meet us and find out more about what we do, please get in touch.

Emma giving a potted history of Honeybuns

If you’ve not yet tried one of our Little Savoury Tarts, you’ve been missing out! We use Capricorn Somerset Goats Cheese® in our Goats Cheese & Mushroom Little Savoury Tart. You can win some of these tasty tarts during March in the Capricorn Somerset Goats Cheese® free prize draw. These and the Cheddar, Sundried tomato and Red Onion Tarts are available from our online shop too: Savouries

Honeybuns Little Savoury Tart with Capricorn Goats Cheese & Mushroom

Excitingly, our Tinker Tuesday competitions are continuing to feature prizes from local artisan producers. This month we have a delightful selection of  handmade soaps from Enchanted Plants to give away. Future prizes will include gifts from Vanilla Bazaar and The Little Book of Dorset. Get involved each and every Tuesday for your chance to win!

Tinker Tuesday prizes from Enchanted Plants

The clock is ticking down to the Oxford Bake Off competition on the 24th March. There are many fabulous prizes to be won, but more importantly  monies raised go to a range of worthy causes including Oxfam, Coppa Feel, Oxford Rape Crisis and Cecily’s fund. There will be cakes and activities for all tastes and ages. Take a peek at their website for more info

Till next week, here’s hoping you stay happy and healthy. Have a good one-

Em x