Welcome to Blackberry Farm
Blackberry farm is home to Mike, Lizzy and their three children. Mike specialises in breeding and showing pedigree Aberdeen Angus cattle for which he has won many great accolades including the Queen Mothers Cup at Royal Smithfield.
The farm also supports a mixed breeding flock of sheep which include Romneys, Texels and Suffolks.
Lizzy opened their award winning farm shop in her little larder in 2002. The business has steadily grown and her new shop at Blackberry Farm is surrounded by farmland and has stunning views of Dartmoor. She also conducts the farm tours and visits local schools to help children learn about the relationship between farming and food.
Lizzy is passionate about food and together with Gillian & Jen they cook much of the delicious fayre served in the tearoom and sold in the shop.
See award winning miracle theatre AT BLACKBERRY FARM 18 JULY
Tuesday 18 July 7pm -Blackberry Farm, Milton Damerel, Holsworthy
This summer Miracle Theatre ventures into a world somewhere between Alice in Wonderland and Father Ted, where the earth is not round but sausage-shaped; where eccentric policemen fall in love with bicycles and you can visit eternity via a rickety lift in the heart of rural Ireland.
With its hilarious characters, streaks of dark humour and unforgettable plot twist, The Third Policeman earned its author, Flann O’Brien, a world-wide reputation as one of Ireland’s great comic geniuses.
Flann O’Brien’s scorching wit and delicious turn of phrase, combined with Miracle’s delight in physical comedy and absurdity, has to be a winning combination.
Fans of this cult classic and newcomers alike should expect the unexpected!
What are you waiting for? Grab something to sit on, gather your friends and head off to see Miracle this summer!
Book to see the show at BLACKBERRY FARM HERE
What people are saying about 'The Third Policeman'
'Miracle meets The Grand Budapest Hotel'
'Probably one of the funniest plays I've ever seen!'
‘Packed with wit, wordplay and winning one-liners’
‘GO & SEE IT. It makes 'Craggy Island' life seem like the epitome of bland normality!’