Cookery School Summer Sale!

For the months of July and August Newlyns are offering a whopping summer sale with 15% off adult hands-on cookery courses! To take advantage of this offer, please visit our website directly and input discount code: SUMMER17. If you have any Newlyns vouchers to be used at house then this is a prime opportunity to learn more about…

Celebrating National BBQ Week 29/5/17-4/5/17.

Show your grill some love as we celebrate National BBQ week! At Newlyns, BBQ season is yet another excuse for us to enjoy our finest Hampshire produce in the open air. There is nothing better than grilling a Newlyns steak, rack of ribs, or Smokey Joe sausages as we welcome the warmer months. During National…

Newlyns Festival of Food and Farming.

Hold onto your wellingtons because we have exciting details of our Newlyns Festival of Food & Farming on Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th June 10am-3pm. We are hosting our annual festival dedicated to all things farming and food. We will have live demonstrations from our skilled cookery school chefs and head butcher as well as Hampshire producers showcasing the finest home county…

Yoga – Nourish – Unwind With Charlie Smith.

We are extremely excited about our newest lifestyle venture with yoga teacher, Charlie Smith. Charlie will be leading two yoga workshops at Newlyns in June. The workshops will encompass: A brief introduction to the history, benefits, meaning, and science behind yoga 1 hour of Vinyasa flow class (for all levels) A wholesome nutritional lunch with…

Interview With Superfoodist Rick Hay.

On March 16th from 10am until 1pm we are thrilled to be welcoming Superfoodist and Nutritionist Rick Hay to Newlyns Cookery School for a special press event. The morning will kick off with a welcoming introductory talk led by Rick where he will discuss his wellbeing and fitness ethos amongst other lifestyle topics. Rick will then…

Tis’ Game Season.

There was a time when people ate a variety of different types of birds – anything that moved was a dinner option. Nowadays we have whittled the list of edible birds down to chicken, turkey and duck with game birds taking a back seat. However, we must not ignore pheasants, partridge and grouse. There is…

Newlyns Guide To Christmas.

Can you believe Christmas is nearly upon us? It is the perfect excuse to eat, drink and be merry with family and friends. At Newlyns our butchery, delicatessen and kitchen have been working tirelessly to assure the Farm Shop is packed with the best seasonal food. Our mission is to make it as easy as…

Celebrate World Egg Day!

Since 1996 the world has been celebrating the Egg. Well, long before 1996 but only then was it declared that we should dedicate a day solely to the egg and all of its almighty worldwide endeavours. This year’s World Egg Day falls on Friday 14th October. The egg in all of its versatile glory holds…

This Week On The Farm – Sept 23rd

We meet again at the end of another fleeting week. We have been as busy as ever on the farm so here are some updates – along with a brief history lesson, if you will. In 1492 AD when Columbus reached the northern Antilles near San Salvador, it was inhabited by the indigenous Tahino people…

Which Labels Can You Trust?

Although the media have been commenting on ‘fictitious farms’ since March this year, we have always felt the mantra ‘Newlyns: Food You Can Trust’ to be poignant and trustworthy. At Newlyns we continuously want to install confidence in our friends and customers regarding the provenance of our food. In previous posts we have touched on farm-to-fork, sustainable…

This Week On The Farm – September 16th

The thunderstorms that took Hampshire by storm this week were a sign that the seasons are changing. As we lead into autumn then winter, we too, are preparing our animals for the changes ahead. Our herd of Hereford and Shorthorns are now hopefully all in calf having spent nine weeks running free with the bulls. …

This Week On The Farm – September 9th

In creating a blog medium, one of our greatest wishes is to shed light on the central element that ultimately makes us tick as a farming family – our farm. Without our farm we simply would not be able to supply our faithful customers with other elements which fall under the Newlyns umbrella. As a lighthouse…