Address: Butlers Farmhouse Cheeses, Shay Lane, Longridge PR3 3BT
Telephone: 01772 669 000
Established in 1932, multi award winning Butler’s Farmhouse Cheeses are a true family business based in rural Lancashire, famed for pioneering the popular Blacksticks Blue cheese. Cheesemaker Tim Fisher says, “The cheese we produce combines the best of our heritage and fabulous local milk. Cheeses are individually handmade, cloth bound and carefully matured”
Address: 15-17 Lowergate Clitheroe, BB7 1AD
Telephone: 07861 459095
Georgonzola is the latest addition to Clitheroe’s thriving food and drink scene. Bringing specialist produce from around Britain, the delicatessen provides something new to the town.
For lovers of wonderful food, great customer service and something a little different.
Address: The Cheese Warehouse, Saunders Raike, Chipping
Telephone: 01995 61626
The Procter family first made cheese in the picturesque village of Chipping
in the 1930s. The day-to-day running of the company is now in the capable
hands of Tim Procter, who is the fourth generation “Tim” in the family. He is
ably assisted by his family and dedicated staff , who have a real ʻhands-on’
attitude to business—an attitude which is reflected in their dedication.
Address: Mill Farm, Preston Road, Longridge PR3 3AN
Telephone: 01772 782 112
Singletons & Co’s Cheese has been handcraft ing beautiful cheeses since 1934
and is still using traditional techniques and recipes to this day. As for the
company’s history, they come from a long line of dairy farmers who have been
nurturing and investing in the farming community since 1745. Nowadays,
they export to over thirty countries around the globe and are proud two-time
holders of the Queen’s Award for Export.
Sheep Milk Company
Address: Laund Farm, Chipping, Preston PR3 2GS
Set on Laund Farm in the rolling hills of the Forest of Bowland, there couldn’t
be a more stunning backdrop for this budding enterprise. Their unique selling
point is dairy produce made uniquely from sheep’s milk, which is easy to
digest and packed with nutrients. Over the past twenty years and beyond,
the Stott family has been busy perfecting a sheep-milking practice originally
dating back one thousand years. The result is an award-winning variety of
sheep milk products, from milk and cheese, to curd and yoghurt.