After a career in major cider manufacturing and a break to bring up her young family. Susan Vaughan decided to join her brother Robert Hancocks back on the family farm in Bishop Frome Herefordshire.
The family has been growing fruit and hops on the farm for over 100 years. Their farming roots go back deep into Mid Wales and the Welsh borders where many of their still farm today. They are now drawing on that heritage and the abilities acquired from a history in the cider and brewing industry to produce quailty ciders on the family farm.
Whilst Susan concentrates on sales, marketing and brand development. Robert grows the apples and makes the cider. They have found this to be a winning combination and every year Celtic Marches grows from strength to strength.
They take great pride in their cider and monitor it closely from the growing of the apples to the packaging of the final products.
Every batch is tasted before packaging to ensure the product you receive is of the highest possible quality.