Guernsey cows on show in new viewing area at Brymor Ice Cream

Brymor's herd of Guernsey cows will feature in a new viewing area.

A new viewing area will open at Brymor Ice Cream this weekend as the parlour’s Guernsey cows make their first public appearance in two years.

The company’s herd of cows moved to a nearby farm in 2015, but young stock will return to the venue this weekend.

Visitors will be able to meet the cows in a newly converted indoor enclosure on the farm where the ice cream is made and served at High Jervaulx, between Middleham and Masham.

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A new indoor playing area will also open for the first time.

Brymor has one of only five Guernsey herds in the UK and the cows are a cherished part of the business, said Nicola Moore, business enablement director and granddaughter of Brymor’s founder, Brian Moore.

She said “Our cows produce the milk we need to create the distinctive creamy taste of Brymor and they are lovely to look at too.

“We are very proud of our herd and delighted to be able to welcome the public to see them again.”

The viewing area and new indoor play area are free to enter.

Brymor is open daily from 10am to 6pm.