Lower Nash Farm is a working cattle farm located just outside Pembroke and everything produced at the farm is of the highest quality. With a range of unused old stone buildings on their land, opening a farm shop seemed a logical way to diversify and sell what they grow and rear.
Inspiration for naming and creating the brand came from the disused water mill and millpond that sits at the heart of their farm. The mill had been untouched from the day it had stopped operating, probably in the 1930s. From a coat on the back of the door and corn still on the millstone and tools still hanging on the walls - somebody left in a hurry, closed the door and never returned. Tools hanging on the wall exposed clean marks where light and dust had failed to permeate since they’re last outing over 80 years ago. The pattern of silhouettes soon grew to tell a unique story of Nash farm’s past, present and future.