Lesley and Derek’s son, Andrew Kettlewell, has visited and is involved in raising awareness of Amala children’s home in India. In order to help raise funding for the orphanage a new traditional Indian chutney range has recently been added to our produce. The proceeds from these chutneys are donated to Amala so they can continue to do their good work housing and educating orphan children.
As a company we are dedicated to the conservation and restoration of the stunning surroundings to which we call home. Owing to this, a percentage of the profits generated by Raydale preserves are used to maintain the upkeep of this atmospheric landscape. As Raydale preserves has grown we have restored dry stone walls, dry stone barns, a monastic sheep wash and replanted ancient woodland