Let me return to my childhood. My memories of a big farm kitchen with a black range for cooking and heat. Always warm and filled with the smell of newly baked bread and whatever was being cooked for the next meal.
Our Grandfather, Addie Morrow in Addie’s Afterthoughts.
Farm & Family
This land has been in our family for over 300 years. Like many farms over the years, we have chosen to continually diversify.
In the 1930s, we began delivering milk around homes in East Belfast. We used to train racehorses here too. In the mid-eighties, locals could forage strawberries, raspberries, blackcurrants and gooseberries on the land.
Two years later, we opened Streamvale Farm to the public and it has been growing ever since. This land and our family legacy are at the heart of everything we do. Our grandfather’s memories above are reminiscent of our own childhoods. ‘Tuesday’s at Granny’s’ sums up the atmosphere we experienced growing up. Every man and his dog would pop in for tea, soup and a sandwich.
The overriding policy is “Everyone is Welcome’’ We want others to experience some of this Belfast hospitality, which is why we opened to the public, and why we’ve launched The Pods at Streamvale. We hope that you’ll forge your own memories of this little place that we call home.