We are very happy to say that we are now open and look forward to seeing everyone again as normal service has now resumed. For some background information about what happened here at Honeychild Dairy between January and April 2019, please click here.
Milk Shed News
For some background information about what happened here at Honeychild Dairy between January and April 2019, please click here.
Honeychild Dairy is situated in the picturesque village of St Mary In The Marsh and
we are the last remaining dairy farm on Romney Marsh. We milk approximately 300 cows daily and are licensed to sell our fresh, real, whole, unpasteurised milk at the farm gate.
Just pull in and buy the freshest possible milk for just £1 a litre!!
Our milk can be brought in 1 litre and 2 litre plastic bottles and you can also buy our reusable Limited Edition Glass Milk Bottle that is ideal for serving at the table -
£4 each or £10 for 3.
Please email or phone us to buy the glass bottles as they are not kept in the Milk Shed.
We are now also selling deliciously thick cream as well. More products coming soon!
Honeychild Manor Farm,
St Mary In The Marsh, Romney Marsh TN29 0DB.
Telephone: 01797 366180
See Google Map below
Please note: SatNav will take you too close to the village. We are half a mile to the south west of St Mary In The Marsh heading towards Old Romney. Look out for the signs!
The Milk Shed is on the right as you enter the farmyard. In here is our simple to use fresh, real milk vending machine.
There is ample parking.
Once again we are opening Honeychild Manor Farm to the public for our Open Farm Sunday!
Do come along between 2pm - 5pm, with free admission and lots to see.
Click on our poster below to see an enlargement and
visit Farm Sunday to find out more.
Look out for our new signs at Five Vents Bridge on the Ashford Road between New Romney and Ivychurch!
Our new signs at Honeychild Manor Farm make it even easier to find us now!
Thank you so much to everyone who came to our Open Farm Sunday.
We were blessed with some amazing weather and really hope that you all enjoyed wandering around the farm, seeing the animals and buying local produce and, most importantly, our milk!
Fingers crossed next year is bigger and better!