Only a few miles from Swindon centre lies nature’s playground – Helen Browning’s Eastbrook Farm. To celebrate the start of autumn, Eastbrook is conducting an intimate farm walk – numbers restricted to around 35 people – on Saturday, October 16 at 10.30am for a minimum of two hours. It will be an opportunity to walk the remote parts of Eastbrook Farm’s 1300 acres, led by Lesley Zwart with her three legged dog and Faye Smith who sells the pigs.
Visitors will be able to spy on native breed pigs and piglets living out their natural instincts, witness calves suckling on nurse cows, enjoy the beautiful valley and Wiltshire Downs and, if that wasn’t enough, Helen’s pub and restaurant The Royal Oak will be waiting at the end of it. Kids are guaranteed to have a great time whatever the weather.
Eastbrook Farm is the home of the award winning Helen Browning brand of organic meat which can be found in Sainsbury’s and Tesco’s. They are free from preservatives, artificial additives, gluten and dairy products. “We are all about simple good food produced naturally and with integrity,” says Tim Finney, managing director of Helen Browning’s Organic. Helen Browning’s organic Speedy Sausages featured in food critic Jay Rayner’s ‘Top 3 Saints’ of the sausage world in his recent ‘What goes in your Basket’ television programme.