Our farm

Learn a little more about our history
Our family has farmed at Hill End Farm since 1910 when William Collingborn established our pedigree friesian herd.
Our cows graze on the traditional lush pastures of the Dauntsey Vale for 240 days of the year. The herd is relatively small which means the cows are not stressed.
Ceri is the fifth generation of the family to have made cheese on the farm. Starting in 2005 she revived the Wiltshire Loaf which went on to win Best Territorial Cheese at the British Cheese Awards. The Wiltshire Loaf was recorded by Jane Austen in her book Emma. We now make a range of 5 cheeses including two blues.


We source all the milk we use from our farm and this is the main ingredient of all of our produce.


The milk in our produce comes from our farm and we ensure that the milk is bought at a fair price for the farmer. This in turn allows our traditional farm to continue and allows us to have high animal welfare standards.

Buying Brinkworth Dairy gives the assurance that the farm receives a fair price.

We ensure above-cost-of-production trading. We want our agricultural techniques to be sustainable.

Have you visited our online shop?

Have a browse through our cheeses, yogurts and ice cream.

What our clients say

By the way my wife informed me this morning that she liked your cheese especially the hard cheese. Since my wife loves her food I would take that as an endorsement.- Steve
Had the cheese this evening with big red apples and cream crackers loaded with butter and washed down by a nice German hock. Ab fab.- Chris
The cheese you let me have a couple of days ago was delicious - I ate most of it on the 1st day. Very well balanced flavour.- Liz