Job Vacancy: Student Recruitment and Admissions Coordinator
Posted: Wednesday, July 8th 2020
Friday, October 12th 2018
Yeo Valley is a real family farm located beside Blagdon Lake, a short drive from Ashton Gate.
In a special offer, we’ve teamed up with our local dairy supplier to offer supporters 50% off their experience days throughout October.
(October 9th, 10th & 17th)
A guided walk around the farm in the morning will involve meeting the cows and hearing how it all began – from experiments on the kitchen table to becoming the largest British organic brand today.
In the afternoon, you’ll head up to Yeo Valley HQ (just a mile away) where you’ll enjoy a cooking demo with the Yeo Valley chefs and try some of the latest products.
Morning coffee, an organic lunch in the canteen, afternoon tea and garden entry is included.
(October 9th & 10th)
Spend a morning with the chefs, watching them create dishes to replicate back at home (all with a twist of Yeo).
Includes breakfast with coffee and lunch using organic ingredients sourced in and around the valley.
Start the day behind the scenes in the 6.5 acre garden with tips and tricks on all things organic; see how they make their compost, raise their plants, what pest control they use, and hear about their propogation methods.
After a homemade lunch in the HQ canteen, you’ll spend the afternoon on a personal garden tour with one of the gardeners. You will be fully refreshed throughout the day courtesy of our award winning kitchen team.
To book a place on one of the days click here and to receive 50% off the price, enter your discount ‘BRISTOLSPORT2018’.
Limited spaces are available. Usual event T&Cs apply.
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