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Jam at the Doorstep

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77 Ballykenver Road, Armoy, County Antrim, BT53 8RP
Jam at the Doorstep

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I provide jam, chutney, lemon curd and bread making workshops for small parties (no more than 12). These workshops are suitable for everyone except very young children. I also operate a Farm Shop selling our own and other local produce and craft. See Facebook for further details.

I am a dairy farmer's wife with 4 kids. We live on a very busy working farm just outside the village of Armoy. We are very close to the famous Dark Hedges and the beautiful Causeway Coast.

All the workshops take place in the old farmhouse kitchen. This is a very relaxed environment and no experience is necessary! We will all work around the very large kitchen table. You do not need to bring anything to the workshops as everything is provided. The price of the class includes you making the chutney, jam, lemon curd or bread. I will take you through the whole process from the beginning to the end. You will also be able to take home what you make. Including the recipe. Refreshments will be provided during the workshop and morning tea/coffee will also be provided when we are finished with some homemade goodies. You will also be able to purchase jams etc. when you visit. Jam at the doorstep is also a member of Taste Causeway – supporting local food and drink.

Farm shop opening hours on Thursday & Friday 11am - 3pm and Saturdays 11am - 4.30pm.
Pre-ordering recommended. Please check Facebook or Telephone before visiting.

You can also order via Taste Caseway.

Workshops from £32.50 per person

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Catering

  • Dogs Accepted Outdoor Dining Area

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  • All major credit/debit cards accepted

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Opening Times

* 10:30 - 16:00 for workshops (when Restrictions Allow)

Farm Shop Open Thursday & Friday 11am - 3pm, Saturdays 11am - 4.30pm. Pre-ordering recommended. Please check Facebook or Telephone before visiting.

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This project was part funded under Priority 6 (LEADER) of the Northern Ireland Rural Development Programme 2014-2020 by the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs and the European Union.