Friends of Capricorn Somerset Goats Cheese
The Lubborn Creamery Based in the village of Cricket St Thomas, the Lubborn Creamery leads the way in the making of ripening cheese. It is in this creamery where Capricorn Somerset Goats Cheese is made. Visit for more details. The Somerset Wildlife Trust The Somerset Wildlife Trust stands up for wildlife in Somerset. Supported by their members they protect vulnerable wildlife and preserve wild places. Together we can create an environment rich in wildlife for everyone to enjoy. Visit for more details.
The British Cheese Board The British Cheese Board is the voice of British cheese and is dedicated to educating the British public about eating cheese as part of a balanced diet. Visit for more details. Visit ur friends at Pieminister  In 2002 Jon Simon and Tristan Hogg teamed up to start a pie business. Fuelled with inspiration from travels in Australia and the nasty experience of tasting the UK's pie offerings, they set out to offer the great British public a really good pie. Visit for more details.
Oxfam Unwrapped Oxfam Unwrapped has a ambassador called Archie the Goat. Meet him here to play his game Goat Invaders. There are also some great goat gifts to buy for friends and relatives. View them by Clicking Here and find out more about the great causes the money goes too. Capricorn Somerset Goats Cheese is Vegetarian Society Approved
Capricorn Somerset Goats Cheese is approved by the Vegetarian Society. If you would like to find out more about the work the Vegetarian Society does and the events they hold visit
Love Beetroot The benefits of beetroot juice have made the news but there are more ways to enjoy this delicious and healthy veg than just drinking it. Find loads of scrummy recipes and tasty facts from our friends at  Wookey Hole  Britain’s most spectacular caves and legendary home of the infamous Witch of Wookey, Wookey Hole, a wonderful & unique Somerset family attraction. Come for a great Somerset day out, or stay longer at The Wookey Hotel. Find out more about the fantastic attraction at
Black Dog of Wells Fired Terracotta Tiles Black Dog of Wells is the studio and workshop of the prominent artist and designer Philippa Threlfall. From here, she creates and sells beautiful decorative tiles. Why not visit her at her studio or view her wonderful work at Visit the City of Wells The beautiful medieval city of Wells is England's smallest city. Just 45 minutes drive from historic Bath, it is well worth the trip. Visit our friends at to find out more.
Love Somerset At Love-Somerset you'll discover a unique and original collection of items which have been designed and produced in Somerset. Visit to see and buy all their lovely goods. Jane Maddern uses the goodness of goats' milk from a local small herd of dairy goats in Weare, Somerset to produce a super-mild heavenly soap with a rich creamy lather that won't dry out your skin. Visit to find out more.
Chi Chi Moi Chi Chi Moi which means 'Fashionably Frilly Me', was started in 2005 by Jan Ollis. Base in Wells, Somerset, Jan along with a small number of talented craftspeople, create beautifully quirky knitted and crochet items. Visit for more details.  Mud Hut Company Ceramicist Jane Sheppard designs and makes all Mud Hut Company's products but mostly in the dead of night in her good-sized workshop in her garden when her boys are asleep!  Why not visit to find out more.
Jus-Rol Jus-Rol™, the brainchild of Tom Forsyth, have been making delicious ready-to-roll pastry in Berwick-upon-Tweed since the 1950's. With a wide range including Shortcrust and puff pastry, Jus-Rol™makes the perfect topping to any pie!  Visit for more details.
 Haynes International Motor Museum
A unique collection of vehicles from around the world. Over 400 amazing cars and bikes from nostalgic classics of the 50s and 60s, glorious Bentleys and Rolls Royces to exciting super cars of today, like the Jaguar XJ220. Find out more about this famous motoring museum at
Noah's Ark Farm Zoo An award winning zoo and farm, Noah's Ark Zoo Farm is a unique hands-on zoo and working farm just outside Bristol set in over 100 acres of beautiful countryside.  Visit for more details.