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The Bourne family has been hand-making fine Cheshire cheese since 1750, and since 1930 at the Bank Farm. We are currently members of The British Grass Land Society, and Specialist Cheesemaker’s Association. Free Delivery on Orders Over £25 - UK Only

Excellent Farmhouse
Cheshire Cheese

We are the only Farmhouse Cheshire cheesemakers still making Cheshire Cheese in Cheshire. Our products are made using the milk from our own herd of Friesian cows that graze on the fields of our farm. We then use their milk to make our award winning Cheshire cheese in our on site dairy. Our cheese is made here at The Bank & then delivered directly to you.

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“We loved our cheese, by far the best cheese we've had in years.. Proper old fashioned farmhouse cheese with amazing taste. My husband is in cheese heaven with the blue.”

- ALISON FROM SHROPSHIRE, H.S. BOURNE CUSTOMER

“We regularly order cheese from Bourne's. As big fans of Cheshire cheese, we have never found products made outside the county to rival it. The taste is unique & we love to support British farmers.”

- WILLIAM, LONDON, H.S. BOURNE CUSTOMER

Our Cheese

Unlike many other cheese makers who use industrial production methods, we still use traditional ‘hands on’ techniques to produce cheeses which have been awarded gold, silver and bronze medals at the British Cheese Awards, prizes at the Nantwich International Cheese Show and Gold and Silver Medals at the World Cheese Awards.


Our Cheshire cheese is available in local farmers markets, direct from our farm and also by mail order. Click here to find out more.

About Cheshire Cheese

A large production of Cheshire cheese has been maintained for a market that has been far from appreciative of the farmers endeavour. Labour and other production costs have remained high whilst values of farm produce have fallen to pre-war market prices, bringing producers to the verge of a complete collapse. Cheshire cheese is usually white or red in colour but there is also a blue Cheshire. The distinctive flavour of Cheshire cheese is due to salt springs which run under much of the pasture land. These give the milk, hence the cheese, a slightly salty tang, which is still a characteristic of Cheshire cheese today.

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H.S. Bourne
The Bank Malpas Cheshire SY14 7AL
United Kingdom

tel: +44 (0)1948 770214 fax: +44 (0)1948 770288
e-mail: enquiries@hsbourne.co.uk

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