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Restoring the land to it's original existence

Bridgemacote Farm dates back to 1770 when it was cider making farm housing a stone cider press and storage cellar.  The press has been lovingly preserved awaiting it's recall and now we are looking at bringing this back into action.  A few small orchards remain accommodating ancient trees dating back hundreds of years.  They are beautiful, full with bees, butterflies, fieldmice, brambles and lots of mistletoe.


Since 1935 Bridgemacote farm has been owned by the Littleton family and during this time it has operated as a dairy farm, then more recently focussing on arable.  

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