Quiet Meet Up Roskillys Ice Cream Farm

Visit and Picnic

Gently connecting with each other, nature and enjoying some ice cream!

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Roskillys Ice Cream Farm Visit & Picnic

Join us for a Quiet Meet Up enjoying a relaxing stroll through Roskilly’s spectacular scenery.









Roskillys Ice Cream Farm Visit & Picnic

Wednesday 13th July 12:00-2:00pm

Join us for a relaxing stroll within Roskilly’s 20 acres of farmland which offers rare plants, wildlife and spectacular scenery. There are Jersey cows which produce the milk for the farm and lots of other animals to spot and admire too!

Roskilly's Organic Cornish Dairy farm boasts over 30 flavours of its famously delicious ice cream and sorbets. It’ll be rude not to sample at least one!  

Check out the farm here:

What we’re doing: 

We are meeting at Roskilly’s at 12 Midday and will settle down to eat our picnics in the picnic area, which is opposite the sheep, goats, pigs, cows and quails! 

We'll then go for a stroll around the upper and lower ponds, observing the wildlife and flora surrounding us.  

There’s a slight decline down to the ponds, but then it’s quite flat.

If you've brought some money with you, you’ll  have the opportunity to taste the infamous Roskilly’s ice cream, which is made on site, and served in their ice cream parlour! 

Meeting Point: We will meet at 12 Midday in Roskilly’s Ice Cream Farm car park.  Look for Michele (pictured below).

Please dress appropriately. If it has been raining, then we recommend welly boots!

Cost: Free to enter the farm. 

Please bring some money if you would like to purchase an ice cream or drink, from the cafe after the walk.

You must register to let us know you are coming.

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Hi, I'm Michele!

I'm running the gathering.

Our Quiet Meet Up gatherings are a safe space for those of us who are quieter and feel anxious in social situations.

You’ll be part of a friendly group of like-minded individuals with similar feelings and stories in a relaxed and welcoming environment. Use the time and space to quietly connect and enjoy yourself in a way that feels comfortable for you. 

We know how scary it can be meeting new people and going to new places so we believe that getting as far as the car park and through the door is a huge win for many of us! There's no need to set a big goal to speak and participate, you're invited to go at your own pace.

Here's what you can expect:

  • It's okay to talk, and it's okay to be quiet too. We understand that you may prefer to ease into conversation gradually, or want to simply enjoy sharing company with others. We welcome quietude and chatter.
  • We encourage you to go at your own pace. There's never any pressure to participate more than what feels right and good for you.

Where to Find Us

Roskilly’s, Tregellast Barton Farm, St Keverne, Cornwall. TR12 6NX

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Parking is free.

Dogs: Your four legged doggy friends are welcome on the farm. Just keep them on leads around the animals.They're also welcome on leads in the outside courtyard area of the Croust House Restaurant. 



  • By carFrom Helston, follow the A3083 towards St Keverne and the Lizard. After Culdrose and turn left at the island signposted B3293 - St Keverne.

    Continue along this road to the mini island at Garras, then turn right continuing along B3293.

    Go past goonhilly and approx 2 miles on follow the signpost right towards Coverack B3294 and Roskilly’s. 

    After approx 300 yards, turn left following the Roskilly’s sign. Continue along this road for approx 1 mile.

  • By bus: There is a bus stop in St Keverne. The walk is approx 10 minutes, 0.5 miles. Plan your route here.

Join Us

When you register, Michele will reach out to you ahead of the gathering to say hello and help ease any anxieties you may have around coming, help connect you with others, and answer any questions you have. 

Important: Covid-19 Safety Instructions

For the safety of our group, please do not attend if you or someone you live with:

  • have any Covid symptoms (including cough, temperature, change in sense of smell or taste; headache; sore throat; an unusually runny nose or sneezing)
  • Our team will have hand sanitiser available

Thank you for your help to keep all our participants and their loved ones safe.

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