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Lancashire's lush grasslands are home to a variety of dairy farms which give us access to lots and lots of delicious ice cream varieities. These include the award winning Frederick's Ice Cream owned by the Federcic family since 1892 and Cool Cow ice cream based at Old Holly Farm in Garstang. As well as ice cream made in the county, Lancashire has plenty of ice cream parlors and cafes which serve up a choice of sorbets and ice cream.
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Clayton Le Dale, Blackburn
Become a farmer for the day at Mrs Dowsons as you help feed the farm animals and join one of the daily animal talks and meet the team as they lead activates around the park.
Cool Cow Ice Cream produces around 1,000 litres of deliciousness every week. From traditional vanilla to more innovative flavours such as cherry amaretto, Cool Cow can be bought at Old Holly Farm and across Lancashire.
Tea Room/Coffee Shop
Perfectly situated along side the Leeds Liverpool Canal in the little village of Scarisbrick, the delightful tearoom overlooks the canal barges on the marina and provides the ideal destination for visitors and walkers to enjoy a well deserved break.
Greenlands Farm Village includes a hands-on open farm experience, farm shop including a butchers and deli, local arts, gifts, crafts and clothes, the pottery, garden centre, café, wine shop and indoor soft play area.
Old Holly Farm is an all weather family visitor attraction designed to appeal to visitors of all ages. We are passionate about giving visitors the opportunity to see, touch, smell, hear and taste the experience of a real working farm.
Samlesbury, Nr Preston
A farm shop serving teas and coffees along with locally produced cakes, jams, preserves, fudges and a superb range of ice-creams in some seventy flavours.
Lakeside Cafe is situated in the award winning Green Flag Treasure and Nature Reserve Ball Grove Park. The cafe offers a warm, friendly and relaxing atmosphere with seating inside and outside, with fantastic views overlooking the lake.
Poulton le Fylde
Lovingly crafted ice cream from a years old local family recipe which has been available to buy for over 60 years, fresh from the counter at this family owned and run cafe in the market town of Poulton le Fylde.
In the farm shop, they take pride in sourcing the best food as locally as possible. Stocking a selection of fresh fruit and vegetables, dairy produce from their neighbouring farm, jam chutneys, pickles, free range hen and duck eggs, cakes, gift ware.
Dahlia’s Kitchen offers much more than just a restaurant and cafe. We have a Farm Shop which stocks local produce and includes a butchers and deli counter. Dahlia’s Alfresco will cater for all your event needs including food as well as entertainment.
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