Woody's Ice Cream

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Woody's Ice Cream
Ayrshire Glen, Killoch Farm, Galston, East Ayrshire, KA4 8NL
  • Telephone 01290 553524
  • Opening times Mon–Fri 8.30am–5pm
  • Email
  • Website www.woodysicecream.co.uk
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Jill Woodburn and family produce over 50 varieties of ice-cream, fresh fruity sorbets and frozen yoghurts, sold around the area and at their new Ice Cream Parlour and Dessert Bar in Mauchline.

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Killoch Farm in the heart of Ayrshire is home to Woody’s Ice Cream. Jill Woodburn and her family produce over 50 varieties of ice-cream, fresh fruity sorbets and almost fat-free frozen yoghurts. Made daily in small batches, with creamy milk from their herd of Ayrshire cows, Jill says this ensures customers get the freshest ice cream with a handmade touch in every tub. Scottish themed flavours include Crunchie McCallum and sticky McNab, although the range also includes traditional favourites such as rum and raisin, vanilla pod and choc mint chip. Tthe products are stocked in local Spar shops, Dobbies and several tearooms, as well as at events in the West of Scotland. Summer 2018 should see the opening of their Ice Cream Parlour/Dessert Bar in Mauchline.

  • Open since: 2005

Reviews & features

The Ayrshire ice cream trail

20 Mar 2015

Ayrshire brown and white cows help supply the region with fresh ice cream

For an area with such a rich history in dairy farming and production, it's perhaps little wonder that ice cream making is booming in Ayrshire. You can sample scoops in common and exotic flavours galore up and down the region. In the north west there's…

How now brown and white cow

18 Mar 2015

Iconic Ayrshire cow helps supply region with dairy delicacies including ice cream, cheese and milk

The famous brown and white Ayrshire dairy cow isn't anything like as ubiquitous a sight as it once was, dotted across rolling green Ayrshire pastureland in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Progressively interbred with and usurped by the more…