Castle Farm is a family-run, duchy-estate with farmlands surrounding Ham Hill. They’re a conventional, mixed farm that mostly produces cereal and beef. They also sell a couple of farm-fresh products locally, like Castle Farm Cider or sacks of scrumptious potatoes.
We’ve worked with Castle Farm for many years and over two generations. Their farm is well-known to us: So-much-so, that our old Stoke Sub Hamdon office was often mistaken for their farmhouse! When they came to us wanting a brand refresh and shiny new website to match, we leapt at the opportunity. (Not just because they sell cider, we swear!)
Castle Farm already had a simple information site, but it was old and didn’t match their brand. They wanted a new site that truly reflected their brand and was easily updatable for any future activity.
- Website Design
- Site Build & Testing
- Content Creation
Social Media Set-Up
Creating social media accounts often follows our website design. It makes sense to create the pages, match your brand and then link them to your website. For Castle Farm, we set up Facebook and Instagram to be consistent with their new website. We created branded profile pictures, banner images, and even created their very first posts.
With their new website and social media pages, Castle Farm has gone from the bare minimum to an enhanced online presence.
- Facebook & Instagram set up
- Brand consistency across platforms
- Populated with initial posts
Castle Farm’s brand is reflective of grassy fields for cows, sunny days and the historic Ham Hill it sits under.
- Logo Design
- Branded Clothing
- Product Labels
- Promotional Signage
We’ve said it before (in our blog) and we’ll say it again: Good photography really makes a website unique. Castle Farm is no exception! With a guided tour from Simon, we spent an afternoon roaming their farm taking pictures that reflected the farm in all its glory.