If your county isn’t shown here, we don’t currently have any grower members there. Why not contact us to recommend your favourites?
Ian & Tania Greenfield
Our Small Farm
Wotton under Edge
Website: Our Small Farm
The Greenfields sell apple juice from their own orchard, which they’ve been restoring from a derelict state. They use traditional local apple varieties. They also sell lamb, preserves and jams, honey, eggs.
W. & J. King
Wharf Farm Dairy
Website: Wharf Farm Dairy
Available: goat milk and cheese, duck eggs
We run Berkeley and Dursley Farmers’ Markets in Gloucestershire and Downend, Emersons Green and Yate Farmers’ Markets in South Gloucestershire.
The Farmers’ Market Organisers are also producers who sell at the markets. We like to run markets that that have good facilities, are fun for customers to attend and financially worthwhile for producers. Some of our producers are very experienced; however, we also enjoy encouraging small scale and novice producers to try selling at their first Farmers’ Market.
We aim to organise markets that provide a wide range of first quality, sensibly priced food and plants for local communities; run low cost markets with good facilities for producers, and link up with local groups, giving them opportunities for fundraising.
Julian & Olwen Ford
Joli Tradional Meat
Fferm Y Llan
Beef and sheep, featuring minority breeds. Pigs and porkers
Christine Cameron Harris
Trigonos is a not-for-profit organisation running its own programme of activities as well as providing hospitality for courses organised by public, private and voluntary agencies. It is a place for learning, work, retreat and rest.
Trigonos has a range of facilities which are available for courses, small conferences and workshops. Residential and non-residential groups are welcome.
The 18 acres of Trigonos land include meadows, woodlands, a walled garden and a stream running down to the lake (Llyn Nantlle Uchaf).
There are many secluded places for quietness and reflection. For those wishing to explore the local area, activities and entertainments within easy reach include mountain and low level walks; pony trekking, swimming and other sports; medieval castles; slate and copper mines; narrow gauge steam railways; a fine sea coast as well as museums, theatre and cinema.
Countryside Education Trust
Website: Countryside Education Trust
Farm and gardens providing educational facilities for young people.
On sale, (according to time of year) our own pork, bacon and gammon, and lamb and beef. Eggs are available all year round, and turkeys at Christmas. From the garden, salad and vegetables, and apples in the autumn.
We are holders of the NEW FOREST MARQUE for locally reared/made produce. We aim to re-connect people with where their food comes from.
One of the missions of the Trust is to provide educational facilities for young people.
The children who come to stay in the Out of Town centre collect the eggs, milk the goats, bring the cows in etc. and plant/harvest in the garden in due season. The produce they gather is eaten by them in the Centre and the surplus is sold to the general public.
The trust has been helping people to appreciate the countryside since 1975. Well worth a visit.
Peter Hamilton-Black and Alison Shaw
The Chilli Garden
Website: The Chilli Garden
After picking our home grown chillis ourselves, we make them into the finest vegetarian-friendly chilli jams, jellies, sauces, powders and pickles.
By using only natural ingredients (like apple pectin for setting our jellies and jams) and our own unique secret family recipes, we can guarantee that you won’t get a better food-mile friendly, carbon neutral, UK grown chilli product than ours.
Hazel Court Naturals
At Hazel Court you can buy hen and duck eggs, their Indian-inspired food range (spiced scotch eggs anyone?), and wool (yarn) from their flock of Ryeland sheep. Look out for them also at local farmer’s markets where they sell hand-made gifts in wood and wool.
Mrs Chris Conniff
Good For Ewe
Website: Good for Ewe
We are a group of people in and around Inverasdale on the banks of Loch Ewe near Poolewe in Wester Ross, with an interest in growing and selling local food. We use land leased from a local crofter who is a member of the group.
Our vision is to increase availability of affordable, locally grown, chemical free produce to the local community.
A complete range of vegetables is available at a local market in Poolewe
Gloria and Stewart Lowe
Salad, vegetables and herbs are available.
Tania’s Natural Veg
4 Columba Court
Tania’s Natural Veg offers vegetables, salad crops, soft fruit, herbs (fresh and dried), and various preserves. £8 veg. boxes. Herby mixed salads and other greens. Shellfish from April to September.