Dairy makes a move In recent times people may have known to continue supplying Cotteswold fresh milk in Tenbury’s local dairy as “Cotteswold”, but traditional glass bottles or plastic containers and a recent change of ownership means the associated dairy products as well as newspapers. Tenbury-based business is now Teme Dairy Ltd, Cotteswold milk is local milk, supplied by a having been taken over by its Cotteswold Dairy loyal band of farmers within a 40 mile radius of manager at the time, Dave Loveys. Cotteswold’s processing site in Tewkesbury. It Having started as a milkman in 1970, in is an award winning family business, now in its Gloucester, Dave subsequently managed third generation.” depots in Ross-on-Wye, Monmouth, Stroud and Gloucester. Dave said “I joined Cotteswold Dairy in 2001 as Cheltenham depot manager and in 2013 I also took on management of the Tenbury Wells depot.” Having followed his father into the business, Dave is passionate about it and he is determined to maintain the delivery service to areas in and around Tenbury Wells, to homes and to businesses. He said “We make deliveries a minimum of 3 days per week and there is no minimum order requirement.” Just some of the products Teme Dairy can deliver The Dairy has also moved from its previous location in Burford to a modern unit on the Tenbury Wells Business Park. The staff live locally and have expansive knowledge and between them have decades of service in the dairy and newspaper trade. The days are long gone when a milkman only delivered milk and Teme Dairy offers a wide choice of other products ranging from biscuits and bread to Teme Dairy’s compost and kitchen foil. Dave modern premises summed it up: “We are pleased
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