Churchfields has a rich history dating back over 100 years. The farm has been in our family for five generations now, ever since Thomas Davies purchased “Lot 21” in 1913. There are three generations currently living onsite.
Evolution and change have always been a part of our journey, with humble beginnings as a working dairy farm producing award-winning milk, it was always our family’s dream to diversify into ice cream.
We have since also launched our Old Barn Cafe & Farm Grill, Milk Vending Machine and Droitwich Salt, and our ultimate vision is to create an educational and family friendly destination suitable for all generations. You can read about our journey below.
Churchfields Farm And Cookshill Bought
Cecil Davies (2nd Generation) And Patricia Joscelyne Married
Michael Davies Born (3rd Generation)
Land At Porters Mill
Michael And Felicity Married
Gillian Davies Born (4th Generation)
Fiona Davies Born (4th Generation)
Land At Chawson And Copcut Lanes
Salwarpe Valley Meadows
Erica Davies Born (4th Generation)
Gillian & Will Kerton Married
Edward Kerton Born (5th Generation)
Churchfields Farmhouse Ice Cream
Louisa Kerton Born (5th Generation)
Coney Meadow Nature Reserve
Jennifer Kerton Born (5th Generation)
Solar Panels Installed
Milk Vending Machine
Churchfields Barn & Kitchen
Biomass Burner Installed
First Maize Maze
Droitwich Salt Launched
Land At Hill End
Droitwich Salt Becomes Award-Winning
Fun Barn Opens
Farm Shop Opens
Coronavirus And The New Normal
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