Trewithen Dairy are proud to be supporting Bodmin Rugby Club as it marks its 50th anniversary celebrations this year. As sponsors of the junior team, we recently took along some delicious hot chocolates to keep [...]
Trewithen Dairy is celebrating yet another fruitful awards season with a string of accolades just announced. Quite literally 'cream of the crop' is Trewithen Dairy's Cornish Clotted Cream, which scooped a Taste of the West [...]
It's a magical time of year at The Lost Gardens of Heligan, where Head Chef Dale Orchard is spoilt for choice of glorious seasonal crops from its Victorian Productive Garden. That's why we jumped at [...]
To celebrate Trewithen Dairy’s sponsorship of Bodmin RFC’s Minis Team, we recently treated the youngsters to delicious hot chocolates, prepared pitch-side by champion barista Hugo Hercod, and a trip to visit one of Trewithen Dairy’s [...]
Jack Elworthy, a final year honours student studying Agriculture at Harper Adams University, has won the prestigious West Country Dairy Award for 2017. Established in the 1930s and supported by Dairy Crest and the National [...]
Professional big-wave surfer Tom Butler recently joined Trewithen Dairy for our Street Surf Contest series, bringing fun and free milk to the streets of Plymouth. Trewithen-sponsored Tom jumped at the chance to help participants put [...]
What do you buy the cream lover who has everything? A cream tea of course! An anniversary present of dreams, winning first date, birthday to remember or just jazzing up your day, our hampers are here for you:
Price Includes Free UK Courier Delivery. This Cornish Cream Tea Hamper contains all the essentials for a perfect cream tea for two people. Treats and Tips Always warm your scones and then put the jam on first, the Cornish way – did you know the reason for this is to keep the cream from melting? 4 ...
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At the core of the bumble bee project 'Pollinating the Fowey Valley' is a computer program called ‘BEE-STEWARD’ which has been developed by a team of researchers at the University of Exeter’s Environment and Sustainability Institute. Researcher Dr Grace Twiston-Davies explains: “BEE-STEWARD is designed to predict how well your landscape is faring in terms of bee survival and compares the benefits of creating new habitat in different areas to help pollinators establish colonies and thrive.”
The group includes a charity, a commercial company, scientists and a number of landowners, creating all the ingredients to establish a strong project. As the landowners are all neighbours, the Bee Steward computer program will be able to map a corridor of land, which takes in most of the Fowey Valley from Bodmin Moor, all the way to the Fowey Estuary. This will be the first project of its kind in the UK.
It’s a wonderful initiative which benefits our farmers, our cows and the environment, as well as our native bees. Trewithen Dairy is proud to be a part of this.
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