Churchfields is an historic Worcestershire farm surrounded by open countryside in this delightful part of The Heart of England. It is situated in the village of Salwarpe on the edge of Droitwich Spa.
The farm has been in our family for five generations now, with three generations currently living onsite. Will & Gillian run the day to day operations, along with their children Edward, Louisa and Jennifer who all get involved in different ways. Granny Fizz is also an active member of the farm, keeping everyone in check.
Five generations of history
As a working dairy farm producing award-winning milk, it was always our family’s dream to diversify into ice cream. This dream became a reality in 2004 when the first scoop of Churchfields Farmhouse Ice Cream was made. Following on from this success, we began pasteurising our fresh milk on site and have more recently launched Droitwich Salt, a heritage product with roots back to the Bronze Age.
Our vision is to create an educational and family friendly destination suitable for all generations. With this in mind, two of our former barns have been converted into the Barn & Kitchen (originally called the Barn Café), a Farm Shop, and our Fun Barn.
A greener future
We understand that human beings need to respect our environment and work as harmoniously as is possible within it. As such, Churchfields has undertaken several green and sustainability inititatives to help minimize our carbon footprint and preserve our picturesque environment for future generations.
Happy, healthy cows
Dairy farming can be hard work for cows, so we make sure that all our cows are kept comfortable, warm and most importantly, healthy.
What our customers say
Visited regularly over the summer for the range of delicious ice cream. Some unusual flavours. Gardens are dog friendly.
- lynn t19/01/2020
Visited with my grandson last week. Playbarn for little people very popular.
Nice cafe and lovely ice cream