Marshfield Ice Cream

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We support our community with educational tours around the farm, ice cream factory and parlour. All proceeds are donated to Jamie's Farm, a charity which helps to re-engage children with educational life and the wider world.

Our farm and factory tours have become incredibly popular over the years. I have enjoyed hosting them as much as I hope you have enjoyed attending them. However, as demand has increased (and it’s just me that hosts them), in conjunction with the growth of the business, I have made the difficult decision to only offer tours for schools and colleges for educational purposes, to tie into the curriculum.

If you are an educational establishment interested in taking your class to the farm or ice cream factory then please read on. The tour usually lasts one and a half hours and includes a tour of the ice cream factory, as well as free samples to try. We accept a maximum of 30 attendees at a time. Also groups need to be sure-footed because as the factory and parlour are housed in converted farm buildings, there will be steps and trips hazards to navigate. We do not charge for tours but we do ask for a donation to our chosen charity, Jamie’s Farm. To apply for a tour, please email Marketing.

You are of course still very welcome to visit our ice cream parlour on the farm – for opening times and further details click here. We have thoroughly enjoyed meeting all the groups who’ve visited the farm over the years!

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