Latest news from River Cottage
River Cottage raise £600 for Horatio's Garden charity
On Monday 4 April we held our second annual Garden Open Day at River Cottage HQ.
River Cottage kitchen diary: March
"It's warming up down here on the farm and green shoots are starting to appear in the garden. In the kitchen that means we've got some more exciting ingredients to work with at last," says Sam Lomas.
River Cottage HQ wins Silver at the 2016 VisitEngland Awards
We have won a Silver Award in the Tourism Experience of the Year category at the prestigious VisitEngland Awards for Excellence 2016 Ceremony.
Wake Up and Smell the Waste!
It’s estimated that 2.5 billion “paper” coffee cups are being thrown away in the UK every year . That’s almost 5,000 a minute, or 7 million per day.
Apprenticeship scheme open day
To celebrate National Apprenticeship Week we are opening our doors for prospective apprentices to come and have a look around.
Three Star Sustainability Champion
We are delighted to receive a Three Star Sustainability Rating from The Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA) for the second year running.
Winter wedding special at River Cottage
We can never guarantee fine weather in the UK, so if you have a budget to stick to but want a top quality celebration, why not embrace the season and take advantage of winter wedding discounts at River Cottage HQ?
River Cottage ale is on the menu at Ocado
We've teamed up with Cornwall’s Skinner’s Brewery to create an English Pale Ale – grown and produced in the UK and now available nationwide via the online supermarket Ocado.
River Cottage named winner at South West Tourism awards
We were thrilled to win another award at a glittering ceremony in the nave of Exeter Cathedral.
River Cottage signs up for Earth Hour
We will be taking part in the world's largest environmental celebrations on the farm and in our Canteens.
Go green this Valentine’s Day, being romantic shouldn't cost the earth
This St Valentine’s Day 55 million cut roses will be bought around the world. Royal Mail will deliver 12 million cards in the UK and an estimated £670 million will be spent on gifts. Romance may be alive and well, but what at what cost to the planet? Many traditional romantic gifts have a huge impact on the environment, so do your bit and go green.