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Meet the Team – #1

February 9th 2016

Here at Norton Barton Farm we have a brilliant team of people that work for us. We wanted our readers to get to know a little more about the person behind the name… Please enjoy our monthly ‘meet the team’ post, our first one below –   Name: Peter Hawkins ...read more →

Our Re-branding journey begins…

January 29th 2016

As someone who breathes a sigh of relief when my computer sparks into life, you might understand that the concept of blogging is still a mystery. Anyway here goes. As part of our continued growth we felt the current branding of Cornish Charcuterie could do with freshening up. The existing ...read more →

Norton Barton Cider Barn & Deli

August 12th 2015

Finally, the Norton Barton Cider Barn & Deli is now open.  Our official hours are 10-5 Thursday to Saturday but we’re happy to serve visitors any time if we’re around.

Padstow Christmas Market

December 4th 2013

Not ashamed to admit I am really excited about attending the Padstow Christmas Market and hoping to meet some of the amazing chefs who are doing demos at the Padstow Christmas Festival…. http://www.padstowchristmasfestival.co.uk/chef-demos/ Many years when my life was a very different one from the one I live now;  that ...read more →

Yard Day (and starting on Supermarket Secrets & Deceptions)

November 25th 2013

Combining the demands of running a farm and producing artisan British Charcuterie can be quite a juggling act.  During the week we have a stock  man who comes in and does the feeding and cleaning out of the animals  and at weekends I’m out and about doing those jobs plus ...read more →

British Charcuterie in demand at Pencarrow

November 21st 2013

What a wonderful time at Pencarrow. To be honest, after a very late night enjoying wonderful food at a pop-up restaurant by Reuben at The Beach at Bude on Friday night, getting up early and selling was not high on the list of things I wanted to do on Saturday ...read more →

Singing Pigs

November 21st 2013

“Never try to teach a pig to sing; it wastes your time and it annoys the pig”. Robin Heimlich Whilst pigs may not be able to fly at Norton Barton, home of award winning British Charcuterie producers Richard & Fionagh Harding, contented sows sing to their piglets as a way ...read more →