We are open on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 9am to 5pm.
We have social distancing measures in place.
Our shop is open on Wednesday and Saturday, from 9am to 5pm.
When the shop is open you can also wander round the farm – perhaps to feed the chickens, or maybe just sit by the pond and enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of the farm!
Our current range (July 2020) includes:
- refill detergents
- mixed green salad leaves – beautiful!!
- radish, beetroot, turnips and kohl rabi
- yellow, red and salad onions
- chard, spinach
- chicken eggs – highly rated by our customers.
- duck eggs – our team of Khaki Campbell ducks lay the most deliciously rich and satisfying eggs.
- honey (local and a limited supply of our own)
- split logs – mix of seasoned soft and hardwood for £7/sack.
Grow your own season is in full swing!
We only sell produce from our land, supplemented by locally sourced honey. So we might not have everything you want. But it is all organically grown and very fresh (please note that we are not actually certified organic).
You are welcome to wander round the farm and see how we grow your food.
You can also feed the chickens and look for fish in our ponds. Some people bring their lunch and just sit soaking in the sights, sounds and smells.
A word about our eggs
We sell eggs from our free range, organically fed chickens and ducks.
The ducks and chickens free range around our meadows and under our trees. Their free-ranging is supplemented with organic feed. These organic layers pellets are quite expensive and it means that our eggs are 40p (£2.40 for 6).
Goose eggs are £1.25 each – available from March to May. The geese are our grass cutting team. They feed on grass (or apples if they scrump some!).
Our Christmas 2017 line up:
Here is what we were selling in September 2017:
Deliveries? Pick your own?
We are developing our ways of getting produce to you.
In 2018 we delivered by bike to a local work place once a week where people buy fresh veg from their staff kitchen. We have also supplied The Art House Cafe.
Some people like to come and pick their own produce – talk to us about this and we’ll show you were the best things are!