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Food events to spot Castleton Farm at in June

Food events to spot Castleton Farm at in June

Picture credit: Go Rural/Craig Stephen Food festivals and events offer us stage to share our product range, meet other fantastic producers and taste delicious Scottish food too. “Local tastes miles...

Jubilee Afternoon Tea now available to order

Jubilee Afternoon Tea now available to order

The union jack bunting is ready to be hung and the red, white and blue attire has been pressed, it can only mean one thing – the Platinum Jubilee Weekend is coming. And to mark the occasion, we have...

Supplier of the month: Dani’s Bees

Supplier of the month: Dani’s Bees

There seems to be buzz in the air as we enter May and that must mean one thing – the bees are back! Since spring is a key season for bee pollination, it’s fitting that our Supplier of the Month...

Working at Castleton: John’s story

Working at Castleton: John’s story

I started working at Castleton Farm in March 2006 through the Hops Agricultural Workers Scheme. The snow was causing disruption to the work process. My initial reaction to this was "thankfully each...

Growing cherries

Growing cherries

Last year, Castleton Farm picked and packed 8.5million punnets of premium Scottish soft fruit. The farm is well known in the region for the quality of its strawberries and raspberries, but it also...