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Victoria and David Metson
The Metsons have an excellent range of vegetables, pigs, cows, lamb, eggs, ducks and chickens plus homebakes.
Website: AJP Growers
AJP Growers features a box scheme supplying a wide range of seasonal vegetables and older varieties grown for taste rather than size and uniformity. “We sell our produce direct into most of the top restaurants in Bristol and a few in Bath.”
The Severn Project
18, Knightstone Mount
steve ‘at’ thesevernproject.org
Website: The Severn Project
Supplying top quality organic vegetables, The Severn Project is a community interest company formed in April 2010. They help socially excluded individuals, with clients employed in the business.
5 Folders Lane
Gourmet Pupcakes sell – yes – gourmet treats for dogs made entirely of organically sourced food.
Here at Gourmet Pupcakes, our philosophy is simple. We believe that dog treats should contain nutritious, human grade, organic ingredients that support good health and well-being in your dog.
You will not find any artificial colourings, flavours, preservatives, added salt or sugar in any of our tasty dog treats. Where possible, we source organic and Fair Trade ingredients such as pole to line caught tuna, sustainably sourced honey and organic British cheeses.
Click here to order online, and give your dog a treat.
James H. Macduff
James supplies apples (like the Ellisons pictured above), pears and plums.
Phil & Maureen Robinson
We offer vegetables, hen and duck eggs, fruit, jam and chutney.
David Readman and Sara Smythe
01726 844 867
Cotna Barton sells: pigs, geese, duck, chickens, eggs, vegetables, chutney and fruit. They also belong to the Cornish Guild of Smallholders.
Corinna Susanne Hatwood
The Blue Carrot
18 Treventon Road
Cornwall TR2 5DX
01872 580 942
Website: The Blue Carrot
Fruit and vegetables, flowers and preserves.
Mrs June Moore
Cornwall TR4 9JG
Gilly Wyatt Smith
Keigwin Natural Growers
Cornwall TR19 7TS
Beyond the gallery is a large organic potager, where we grow salads, herbs and vegetables for sale. This leads into a meadow full of wild flowers and grasses and planted around with young trees in an attempt to lessen the impact of the sea gales on the growing plants. Workshops and courses are offered in large gallery building. Call for bookings please.
Mark & Audrey Snelgrove and
Paul & Anna Smith
Lower Bakesdown Farm
Website: Lower Bakesdown Farm
Eggs, plants, firewood, sawn timber, stave baskets, live poultry (ducks & chickens). There is also the 1930s era, eco-friendly ‘showman’s wagon’ pictured above for summer holiday rentals – see website for details.