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Summer on the Farm - July already!

It's been a busy year so far with Weddings, Celebrations, Plays, Gigs, as well serving our award-winning Organic meals.

Last month we assisted The Department of Agriculture with their audit of the Irish Organic Certification System.

Yesterday, we waved farewell to Bristol's 'Ambling Band' following a week of madness culminating in performances at Clonakilty's Old Time Fair and Camus Farm.

Next up is our Fair Days Fleadh on the August Public Holiday Weekend (see below for further information).

Media interest in Camus Farm remains considerable, we're often being interviewed, photographed and filmed.

The Irish Independent featured us recently as an example of diversification of a farming business.

The Field Kitchen Restaurant minimises Food Miles with much of the produce grown on the Farm; and minimises Food Waste with reservations only dining and food freshly harvested and prepared to order.

We joined Voice Ireland's initiative to promote 'Green Weddings' in Clonakilty and Rosscarbery.

Our most common feedback from customers is that we are difficult to find.

After a long, long, long wait Cork County Council eventually installed our signs in Ardfield and Rathbarry villages. We'll continue to request signs from the N71 to intercept travellers on the Wild Atlantic Way but, so far, the Council has denied permission. Can anybody help here?

Fair Days Fleadh, 'earlies' & 'maincrop' tix sold out, but 'lates' still on sale here.

2-10pm Sunday 4th August

Field Kitchen Restaurant tables for pre-Fleadh dining at 1pm on the day available, book here.

Caitlin Ruth will be providing Fleadh Food from 5pm, no booking required.

Great music, delicious food, licensed bar - see you there!

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