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SHOWCASING RISING STARS AT THE HAZE SESSIONS

Our one-day music event – The Haze Sessions – returns for a second time to the Passenger Shed, Brunel’s Old Station on Saturday, 6th May 2017. This year’s Haze Sessions boasts a diverse line-up of acts tipped for big things by the music industry: Little Comets, Elder Island, Eva Lazarus and The Afronaughts and Harry […]

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Vilberie is our apple of the month

The Vilberie is our apple of the month for March. This apple is full of tannins which brings richness and depth to our ciders. Harvested in late November, it’s a favourite amongst our cidermakers. A true ‘bittersweet’. #appleofthemonth

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WASSAILING AT THE RAILWAY INN

The Railway Inn hosted its first Village Wassail this week. The Wassail is a traditional ceremony that sees apple trees blessed with cider, and awoken from their winter slumber. By creating as much noise as possible, Wassailers ward away the “evil spirits”  from the orchards, all to ensure a fantastic apple harvest – and cider […]

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THATCHERS STEPS UP TO HEADLINE SPONSOR AT THE ROYAL BATH & WEST SHOW

Already a longstanding supporter of the Royal Bath & West Show, Thatchers Cider is to become headline sponsor of this West Country institution. The biggest celebration of rural life in England, The Royal Bath & West Show takes place over four days (in 2017 from 31st May to 3rd June) making it the country’s only four […]

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At Thatchers We Can

We have commissioned our first canning line at Myrtle Farm, which means we are now able to press and package all of our ciders here at home. The canning line, which can fill an astonishing 30,000 cans an hour and features state-of-the-art automation, robotics and inspection systems, is housed in our Jubilee Building, where our […]

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A vintage harvest

Thatchers apple harvest is over for another year. And according to Martin Thatcher, fourth generation cidermaker here at Myrtle Farm in Sandford, it’s been a vintage year for Somerset’s orchards. “The quality of the fruit has been excellent,” says Martin. “With consistently good weather over the summer and autumn period, we’ve had premium conditions for […]

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