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Just to let you know we are still here making cheese. Our employees and the health and safety of the wider community are of the utmost importance to us. We are following Government guidelines and are doing all we can to protect both.
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Welcome to High Weald Dairy.
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For your local stockists, please visit our How to Buy page.
We are Open 9am – 5pm Monday to Friday for Cheese Sales or “Click & Collect” orders.
You can also purchase our Cheese, Gift Hampers and Cheese Subscriptions from the Online store.
These orders are dispatched by Courier Monday to midday Wednesday only.
HIGH WEALD DAIRY
We make a range of award-winning cow, sheep and goat milk cheeses on our family-owned farm in the beautiful West Sussex countryside. Our small team of cheesemakers work in a modern dairy in the farm’s former grain store with every part of the cheese-making process from pasteurisation to packaging completed here at the dairy.
The result is a range of cheeses of which we are very proud, from the sheep-milk halloumi cheese that launched our business in the 1980s to the ever-popular Brighton Blue which you’ll find in delicatessens and farm shops across Sussex and beyond. We produce both organic and non-organic varieties and all are suitable for vegetarians.
The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) contributes funds to the Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE).
Refrigerated Cheese brining store.
This project supported by the Leader Project consists of the installation of a refrigerated brining room to the dairy, to improve product storage and workflow, and the purchase of equipment for creating marbled cheeses.
It is part funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development