The Jackson Family Story

Four generations of the Jackson family have lived at the farm, which is famous for its ‘Cheshire New Potatoes’.

Paul Jackson was born and raised at Teuthill Farm based under Helsby Hill in Cheshire.  As a small boy Paul remembers seeing a queue of local people down the lane waiting to buy their freshly dug potatoes.  His father would dig the potatoes which were sold within minutes by his mother.  Although many things have changed at the farm, the family passion for growing fresh local potatoes for local people remains.

For friends and family visiting the farm, their homemade chips were legendary.  So twenty years ago, Paul and his wife Wendy decided to start chipping their Cheshire potatoes and selling them to local pubs and restaurants.  Additive free, these farm chips look and taste like a traditional chip.  They were an instant success! and so Cheshire Farm Chips began!

Paul & Wendy Jackson, current owners of Cheshire Farm Chips, family business at Teuthill Farm

Meet the Jackson’s

Paul Jackson, Cheshire Farm Chips

Paul Jackson –

Business Partner & Farm Manager

Paul Jackson – Business Partner & Farm Manager

Time at Cheshire Farm Chips: Worked on the farm since he was 10 years old

Favourite Product and accompaniment: Quality Hand cut Chips, with plenty of Tomato Ketchup

Interests/Hobbies: Football, supports Bolton Wanderers. Enjoys watching Motorsports

Funny/Interesting Fact: Loves Tomato Ketchup

Contact Details

Tel: 01928722622


Wendy Jackson, Cheshire Farm Chips

Wendy Jackson

Business Partner

Wendy Jackson – Business Partner

Time at Cheshire Farm Chips: 27 Years

Favourite Product and accompaniment: The Roast Potatoes with goose fat along with a home cooked Sunday dinner.

Interests/Hobbies: Likes reading and Football, supports Bolton Wanderers.

Funny/Interesting Fact: The reason why the rest of the family support Bolton. Would love to go skydiving.

Contact Details

Tel: 01928722622


Lucy Jackson, Cheshire Farm Chips

Lucy Jackson

General Manager

Lucy Jackson – General Manager

From: Chester, Cheshire

Time at Cheshire Farm Chips: All her life!

Favourite Product and accompaniment: Quality seasoned potato Wedges, Enjoys them with fishcakes.

Interests/Hobbies: Enjoys socialising with friends, Football.

Funny/Interesting Fact: Makes great Cupcakes

Contact Details

Tel: 01928722622


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2019 is Our Year!

1st January 2019

Since the launch of Cheshire Farm Chips we have gone from strength to strength. This next year we are set out to do amazing things! Keep up to date with how we are doing by following

Landed a New Store

1st January 2017

Landed a New Store We are happy to announce that our product was released across 11 North West Morrisons Stores.

The Cheshire Show

6th July 2010

At the Cheshire Show in 2010 the ‘Cheshire Farm Chips’ brand began trading and was a huge success!  

Cheshire Farm Chips was Born!

1st January 2005

In January 2005 Wendy had an idea, an idea that has become the phenomenon known today as Cheshire Farm Chips.  

Through the 90’s

2nd March 2004

Paul, Wendy, Lucy and Steven (Paul & Wendy’s youngest child) spent the next 15 years supplying local pubs and restaurants with an array of produce from potatoes to milk and eggs.  

Its a Girl!

18th May 1990

On 18th May 1990 Lucy was born. Lucy is now the 5th and youngest generation of the Jackson family.

The 4th Generation

21st July 1972

At the age of 8, Paul Jackson (the fourth generation of Jacksons) planted his first potatoes at Teuthill Farm.

The Teuthill Farm Shop

11th May 1970

Jeff Jackson (Son of Tommy and the 3rd Generation of Jacksons) and his wife opened the original farm shop in 1970. Here’s Jeff pictured on the right.

The first potatoes!

23rd January 1948

Tommy Jackson (2nd Generation of Jacksons) planted his first potatoes at Teuthill Farm in 1948.

The Jacksons Moved in!

8th November 1926

Harry Jackson was the first of the Jackson family on Teuthill Farm. He bought the property in the winter of 1926.

The foundations…

6th April 1848

Teuthill farm was built in 1848