Organic Raw milk producers
Courier deliveries over Jubilee Bank Holiday
Unfortunately, there will be some disruption with deliveries over the Bank Holiday (Queens platinum Jubilee)
The last day orders can be placed before the Bank Holiday is by midday on Tuesday 31st May for delivery on Wednesday 1st June.
We expect a lot of orders after the Bank Holiday. To ensure we have enough milk, we will dispatch any orders placed before midday on Friday 3rd June on Monday 6th June. Any orders received after this date will be dispatched on Tuesday 7th June.
Please note, this is for courier deliveries only. Our local round will not be affected.
We are a small organic dairy farm in Lancashire that's been selling raw milk since 1967.
The farm is run by the youngest son Thomas Parkinson, together with his wife Iris and their daughter.
Mr Parkinson senior, although retired still helps out occasionally. And lets not forget the small dedicated team to keep the farm running!
Our milk is not like any raw milk; it's organic, from Jersey cows and predominantly A2.
For more information on why this is important check out our FAQ page.
Alongside the raw milk we also produce raw cream, natural live yoghurt, ghee and fruit pots.
We can deliver to your doorstep in England , Wales and most areas of Scotland. For excluded postcodes please click here.
We also deliver our produce with our own delivery van, locally, in Preston, Blackburn, Burnley, Nelson, Bolton, Manchester and Bradford.
If you like to find out if you fall within our local delivery round please go to our main website.
A great amount of research and testing has been done, ensuring that the packaging is efficient at keeping your order cold but can also be recycled.
Your order is dispatched in an insulated box to keep your order cold for 48 hours.
We find it important to use as much eco-friendly packaging as possible.
Our small cardboard boxes contain insulating liners made from sheep wool and our medium and large boxes are insulated with 3 layers of cardboard.
The filler we use is made from corn starch and the ice is just frozen water.
The wool and corn starch can be composted down.
The content of the ice-packs / bottles can be poured down the sink. The cardboard can go into paper recycling.
If you received your order in a bubble bag, this is recyclable / oxo-biodegradable.