Supporting Whitminster Primary School’s library project

The new charity for this quarter is Whitminster Primary School library project. 5p from every litre of milk sold through the vending machine over February, March and April will go to Whitminster primary school. The previous charity was DEBRA the butterfly skin charity. Our milk customers raised £300 which will go towards helping to find a cure for this extremely painful genetic skin blistering condition EB. Thank you!

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Stonehouse Milk Pop-up Christmas Market

Pop-up Christmas Market 17th December

On the farm 17th December from 2 – 4.30pm we will have a small market. Salt bakehouse, Bisley Lane Farm, The Coffee Lada, Howletts Honey Bees, Selsley Foods, Jonathan Crump’s Gloucester Cheeses (our neighbour), Day’s Cottage Apple Juice, Lottie’s Hares and a friend’s needle felting, R&R Delights, Beechfall Golden Guernsey Goats Cheeses and our neighbours son bringing his wood crafts and more will be here. If you want to avoid the crowds at the big markets and meet some calves

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Stonehouse Milk Cashes Green Primary School logo.

£346 raised for Cashes Green Primary School and Children’s Centre

We are excited to tell you that the Stonehouse milk customers have raised £346 over August, September and October for Cashes Green Primary School and Children’s Centre. 5p of every litre sold from the vending machine goes to a chosen charity. The new charity is DEBRA the butterfly skin charity. DEBRA is the national charity and patient support group for people living with Epidermolysis Bullosa, the rare, extremely painful, genetic skin blistering condition. EB causes skin to become fragile blister

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Stonehouse Milk Mr Scarecrow for Halloween. Fresh, local, free range milk.

Halloween capers!

Halloween has come to Stonehouse milk. We are running an art competition for children. Art theme Halloween and or autumn 🍂 🎃 👻. Please leave your pictures in the basket on the table (with name and age on the back) by Tuesday 1st November. Winners will receive a prize. Look out for Mr Scarecrow and his ghostly friends around the farm! There’s ‘Trick or Treat’ sweets to share. Share your photos of you and Mr. Scarecrow and tag us on

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Stonehouse Milk The Coffee Lada and Salt Bakehouse vans.

We welcomed The Coffee Lada and Salt Bakehouse

Spectators and competitors enjoyed some fine coffee and fine bread and pastries (both use our Stonehouse Milk) from local independent businesses The Coffee Lada and (weekly regular visitors) Salt Bakehouse on Sunday whilst we hosted the Standish Woodland Chase, which started and finished at the farm. Thank you to all who attended and enjoyed meeting our calves.

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Stonehouse Milk Standish Woodland Chase. Fresh, local, free range milk.

We are hosting the Standish Woodland Chase

On Sunday the 7th August we will be hosting the Stroud Athletics Club’s Standish Woodland Chase, a 10 mile multi-terrain race. We will have Salt Bakehouse and The Coffee Lada on the farm. The race starts at 10am, last year the winner was back in under an hour! Come along meet some calves, cheer the runners on whilst enjoying cake, coffee and milkshakes, 16 flavours to choose from. Off road parking available.

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Stonehouse Milk LEAF Open Farm Sunday. Fresh, local, free range milk.

LEAF Open Farm Sunday

Tomorrow is LEAF Open Farm Sunday on many farms in the UK including us at Stonehouse Milk aka Horsemarling Farm. We are a family farm, founded by us, John and Jenny in March 2021, we do not have a team of staff, it’s just us and our 3 boys. We are often joined by a retired gentleman who gives us his time and knowledge and Dan who milks a couple of times a week with us. Tomorrow the milk shake

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Stonehouse Milk dogs on lead please. Fresh, local, free range milk.

Please stick to paths in our fields

Please can people kindly keep to the paths in our fields. We have a crop growing in fields behind Maidenhill School and today a lady was photographed standing in middle of crop allowing her dogs to run through the crop terrifying the wild deer in the field. Thank you.

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