DIY BRITISH FESTIVAL Tour de Festival 2012 Juicy Damsons in the City Resurgence needs You! Hedgerow@ Port Eliot Hedgerow kick starts the summer on the Fal Hedgerow ‘Pop Up’ Deli Hedgerow Colours! In a month of yoghurt Sundae’s Hedgerow now online!
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Hedgerow wanted to explore the British music and food festivals, seeing them as an opportunity to experiment with flavour combinations, ingredients and ways to communicate with our foodie friends. In the last few years, both mainstream and specialist events are putting chefs and pop-up restaurants on the line-up with the bands, so the emphasis on […]


Tour de Festival 2012

The ground is warming, the spring flowers are bursting with radiant blues, pinks and white and bluebells are sweeping their way through all the ancient woods. It’s all so magical and great to feel the life bursting back after the winter. It seems like a long time since the last blog but naturally winter is […]

25 Billion coffee cups

…this is the amount us Brits manage to use in take-away coffee cups per year!! Todays blog has been prompted by the recent news article in the Guardian, highlighting issues of un-recycable waste from big chain coffee companies. The lack of sustainable ethos within these businesses is quite alarming especially due to the surge in new ways […]

Damson & Elderberry frozen yoghurt visits the big smoke

Juicy Damsons in the City

As soon as End of the Road Festival had finished, Hedgerow’s little birds fluttered determinedly towards the bright lights of London to find Juicy Couture’s store in Mayfair to celebrate Vogue’s Fashion Night Out At the London flagship store on Bruton Street, Johnny Borrell of London’s famed indie-pop band, Razorlight,  was a special guest DJ, Tali Lennox the up and coming model, and daughter […]


Resurgence needs You!

  This Saturday ‘Hedgerow Local’ will be found doing speciality Cornish drinks featuring our extra special Damson Vodka, Cornish Orchards Cider and of course the award winning Betty Stoggs. Also a new face to the scene will be ‘Harvest’ who are a locally based Cornish street food stand serving a specially devised Risotto to warm […]


Hedgerow@ Port Eliot

click to go to the website Where; Port Eliot, St. Germans     When; Thursday 21st July – Sunday 24th July Frozen Yoghurt Flavours; Rose & Raspberry or Elderflower with optional honey or raspberry toppings… very refreshing as the weather WILL be glorious! Here at Hedgerow, we’re really excited about our first Port Eliot festival this summer. We will […]

Elderflowers from Goongillings farm in Constantine

Hedgerow kick starts the summer on the Fal

The Fal River Festival was held in different locations around the River Fal from 27th May – 5th June and was all about celebrating life on the river. This fantastic 10 day festival is a not-for-profit community festival, which was Hedgerows first local festival… Hedgerow was found in Events Square in Falmouth for the Fish Festival, our […]

rock oyster

Hedgerow ‘Pop Up’ Deli

After the huge success of the festivals and all the wonderful feedback, Hedgerow is now available to do ‘pop up’ frozen yoghurt for private events all round Cornwall. We can devise a menu specific to your event needs but can also come up with our own exciting seasonal selection. We use high quality, low fat, […]


Hedgerow Colours!

Beetroot was on the sample menu today, I adore beetroot and always enjoyed it mixed with apple, walnuts and a creamy goats cheese crumbled on top. It was this combination with the apple and recent tastings of the orange & beetroot salad at Courtyard Deli in Falmouth that gave me a push to try it […]


In a month of yoghurt Sundae’s

What’s growing this month? JULY… Gooseberries! Gooseberries go wonderfully with mint, so I started to look at other similar flavours that would pair up nicely and by chance found an excellent recipe for gooseberry and lemon verbena. wow! This may have a guest appearance at Port Eliot festival. I’ll be experimenting like a nutty professor […]