Burscough Community Farm

Burscough Community Farm is an 18-acre farm that runs a Veg Box Scheme.

We are located in Burscough and you can find out more about us here. If you want to keep up to date with our progress simply sign up for our e-newsletter.

From the blog

Our Winter Solstice Celebration 2017 with Ragged Trousers

Our Winter Solstice Celebration 2017 with Ragged Trousers https://youtu.be/xMOfuqM5Ww0 Our Winter Solstice Celebration event this year will be a ‘Jacob’s Join’ buffet with some great entertainment thrown in. It will be held at Burscough Cricket Club on Thursday 21st December 2017 at 6.30pm. For members who don’t originate from this ‘neck of the woods’, a…

Samhain Review

Our Samhain event turned out to be quite spectacular. The day started with us all being taught to make willow lanterns by artist, Becky. It was satisfying to know that all the lanterns made from our willow, grown on the field. If there are any willow lantern makers out there, please take note, we are…

Samhain Event 2017

  Come join us at the farm on Saturday the 28th October for a FREE day of crafting, festivities and eats as we mark the end of the growing season with our 3rd annual Samhain event; SAMHAIN 2017! Samhain (pronounced SAH-win) is a Gaelic festival marking the end of the harvest season and the beginning of winter or the “darker…

National C.S.A. Day – 1st October 2017

Come down to Burscough Community Farm on Sunday 1st October for a taste of what Community Supported Agriculture is all about. From 11am-4pm your local CSA farm will be offering farm tours, taster growing sessions, and freshly cooked food grown on site. We will be just one of the many CSA farms all over the country opening…

Active West Lancs Health Week

We are happy to kick off Active West Lancs Health Week. Come down to the farm on Monday (10:00-14:00) and have a look around at what we do. If you are wondering where we are, you can find us here.

Organic September – Be Careful Using the ‘O’ Word!

Its ‘s Organic September! That’s what the news says but we have to be very careful with how we describe organic growing on our farm. We have always grown ‘organically,’ that is to say we never use any pesticides, herbicides or artificial fertilizers. Unfortunately this isn’t enough to call yourself or your produce ‘Organic.’ There…