Very sadly both Brian & Brenda passed away in 2011 and Brymor was continued by their son, Robert and his wife, and their grand-daughter, Nicola. In 2014, following the untimely passing of Robert, the farm and business were put up for sale, as both were too bigger task for the family to carry on. As part of the sale, the farm and the ice cream business were split, with a local businessman taking over the ownership and continuing the Brymor legacy with Nicola Moore continuing to be responsible for the management of the business as the Operations Director.
We have a commitment to remain true to our distinctive recipe and will continue to make all of our products in the same buildings across the yard from the parlour, on the same farm, and with the same pedigree herd of Guernsey cows.
As part of the sale the buyer of the farm wanted to move his own livestock onto the farm so unfortunately we had to find a new home for our girls. Thankfully they didn't have to move too far and are being looked after on a farm just down the road. They are still grazing on lush Yorkshire grass, and we have done everything to ensure the move has not been too stressful and they're happy as ever- even collecting the same silage from their old home at High Jervaulx for their winter feed. Our milk is delivered every single morning, and this guarantees that we can continue to make our delicious ice cream in the same way that we always have.