In 2011, Neil and Deborah Flint made their first foray into the food business. Leaving behind their jobs in fundraising and IT, the couple embarked on a new adventure on Cinderhill Farm. Situated on the edge of the Forest of Dean, in a fold in the hills, the land had not been a working farm for several years when Deborah and Neil took over.
Having never farmed before, the couple took a short course before they embraced the rural lifestyle, and got to work restoring the land, investing in water harvesting systems and other eco-friendly measures to sustain the running of the farm.
Fast forward to 2020 and Cinderhill Farm is now home to traditional native breeds such as British Saddleback pigs and Black Welsh Mountain sheep, and is widely recognised for its delicious, meat-rich sausage rolls.
Generously filled with lean cuts of Saddleback and Middle White to name a few. Deborah Flint said “We are incredibly proud of Cinderhill Farm and have worked very hard to create the perfect sausage roll, which has become a firm favourite for so many!”