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IMPORTANT NOTE

This website contains information specifically relating to the 2010-2016 HLF-funded CVLLP project.
It is likely that contact information and links may become out of date.
Please contact us if you require assistance.

Our partnership is continuing to develop and deliver projects
For general information please see the Churnet Valley website

For the latest news and events, please use the Churnet Valley Guide

A taste of the Churnet Valley

One of the great benefits of a healthy landscape is good local food.

Encouraging and supporting local food producers is an important long-term project.

Although this is a fertile area there are few food businesses. Some small local farms produce high quality lamb and pork and there is potential for honey production, cheese-making, brewing and chocolate making.

We ran courses for existing businesses to grow and to market their products better and encourage new business start-ups. We are also worked with local shops, pubs and restaurants that could sell local produce.

Please visit our list of local food and drink businesses.

It’s about the local produce, how they rear the animals and how the land is managed

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Hear Richard Godley from the East Peak Countryside Associates talk about local food

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Hear how local businesses are developing new skills

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Hear about where you can find food from the Churnet Valley