News & Events

The late Brake Show - On Tour!

We were very pleased to host The Late Brake Show's Christmas Lunch Show & Shine event here at Dairyhouse Farm with car enthusiast and motoring journalist Jonny Smith - who is also known as a TV presenter from Fifth Gear.

Dairyhouse Farm catering team provided a Christmas take away lunch, consisting of Roast Turkey, sage and onion stuffing in large white flour baps, Roast potatoes and seasonal veg with Hot Mulled Cider.

The Event was a great success and we are looking forward to holding it all again for Christmas 2022! 

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Its Christmas Fayre time again, Come and visit us at Dairyhouse Farm for our annual festive fayre. With more stall holders than ever, this year is going to be a fabulous fayre. We will be serving hot and cold refreshments, the bar will remain open throughout, Santa will be here for the children to see in his very own grotto, as well as some festive Donkeys too!!

Free entry for all and free parking on site.



Come and join us for our 2021 Halloween party, an event for all the family to enjoy. We will be having a Spooktacular halloween disco with added entertainment for the children, as well as a BBQ to include Hotdogs and Burgers to re-fuel after all that dancing and Spooking!! Our fully licenced  bar will be open during the event. All within our well decorated, halloween themed barn. Oh, and its fancy dress!!

Event will be tickets only which are available to purchase online via the button below..


Please email if you have any questions.

We look forward to seeing you there!!

Eco-Style Photoshoot

In May of this year we were very priveledged to host this fabulous wedding shoot. Organised and coordinated by Gayle at LiveVibe Events and beautifully captured by Cindy Kitchker Photography.

This photoshoot was a collaboration of Somerset suppliers (and one from Wiltshire, just off the Somerset border). Working with local suppliers enabled us to reduce our overall carbon footprint, which was just one step in the right direction. A number of suppliers were also carefully considered and selected for their own sustainable ethos, this was through the way they travel, as well as the materials, products and produce they use and source. 

Gayle states that "Nature is embraced throughout my designs, how I plan and think, as well as through my decorations and props. I work seasonally, using foraged foliage as much as I can and collaborate with local and other sustainably minded suppliers. All our decorations and props are upcycled and reused, as well as made in-house from coppiced, foraged or reclaimed wood.”

“With COVID lurking around, couples have unfortunately been forced to downscale, cancel or postpone their weddings, a day many have been dreaming of for a long time. The initial inspiration was to then create an intimate wedding in a big space, showcasing how couples can still have their desired day despite whats happening throughout the world."

Video courtesy of Claire Deacon Films