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Belvoir Kitchen Gardens
The Kitchen Gardens
2 Garden House
This is a smallholding and nursery in the grounds of the amazing Belvoir Castle. They offer a wide choice of high quality fresh micro-greens, micro-herbs and edible flowers.
Hamish & Kim Wood
Shotten’s Farm supplies strictly seasonal vegetables including leeks, onions, tomatoes, courgettes, spinach, chard, rocket, lettuce, (many varieties) and some soft fruit. Leeks, onions and eggs are usually for sale all year. There are also many plants for sale including perennials, shrubs, and a few trees. Hamish and Kim are active members of the (HDRA) Lincolnshire Organic Gardeners organisation (L.O.G.O.) and have a monthly stall at the Lincoln Farmers’ Market. Hamish and Kim would be happy to accept enquiries concerning membership or activities by L.O.G.O.
Organiclea Community Growers
Hornbeam Environment Centre
458 Hoe Street
Organiclea is a small food growing cooperative in the Lea Valley on London’s edge.
They have a community allotment site where a group of volunteers grow a wide range of organic vegetables, fruit and herbs.
They grow salad and seedlings in a glasshouse plant nursery, which provides regular volunteering opportunities and open days where people can come to learn what they are doing and join in the work.
They also provide training in organic food growing.
In partnership with theÂ Hornbeam Centre, Organiclea is developing a â€˜local food centreâ€™ â€“ a place where local people can get quality local organic produce, find out about food nutrition and food growing, and get involved in cooking and processing enterprises.
Annette’s Kitchen Garden
9 Crossing Cottage
Kadesh Community Farm
Website:Â Kadesh Community Farm
Kadesh Education was established in 2007 to provide a programme of education for students who find mainstream education difficult for various reasons. Kadesh Community Farm adds another dimension, with students able to take part in animal care, horticulture, conservation and eco-friendly building projects as well as learning about business enterprise.
Jonathan & Sara Burr
Website:Â Nar Hideaway
Produce also on sale at:
The Nourish Cafe
113-114 London Road
Tel: 01553 771 631
Website:Â The Nourish Cafe
Members of the West Norfolk Organics Group, Sara and Jonathan have to offer vegetables, fruit, pork, lamb, and chickens.
Jane and Brian Parkin
Oaktree Farm Partnership
Oaktree Farm produces a large variety and range of wholesome products from vegetables to fruit to Soay lamb and mutton.
Apples, pears, plums, gages, Sloe gin, Sloe vodka, Damson Whiskey, soft fruit & various preserves.
There is a great variety of vegetables including pumpkins and squashes.
From a pedigree herd of Large Black Pigs there are pork ham, sausages, and bacon.
Lamb and mutton is available from a pedigree flock of Wiltshire Horn sheep and a flock of Soay sheep.
Peter Robinson representing Baker Robinson
Rectory Field Smallholding & Nursery
The Old Rectory
Rectory Field Smallholding & Nursery sell seasonal vegetables, salad crops, soft fruit, chickens, rare breed pork by arrangement. In the future animal feed crops will be available. There are also species lilies and miscellaneous plant sales.
Currently available: Pork joints, chops and leg steaks at the farm gate.
Terence and Joanne Laheney
Pepperfield Farm Produce
Dalton-on-Tees nr Darlington
North Yorkshire DL2 2NS
Website:Â Pepperfield Farm
Pepperfield farm features Gloucester Old Spot pigs from which they produce sausages with no additives and natural skins. There is Gloucester Old Spot middle bacon, dry cured with no artificial additives. In addition, Pepperfield supply lamb and rosemary (hint of garlic) mutton sausages made from rare breed Wiltshire Horn sheep. Also available are chorizo dried sausage, pork, Wiltshire Horn mutton and Orpington table ready birds. Tamworth bacon and sausages will soon be added to the range. All Pepperfield animals are raised on the farm and products prepared on the farm insuring complete traceability. Pepperfield Farm invites its customers to visit to see its animal welfare practices first hand.
Regional Finalist 2007 in UKTV’s ‘Local Food Heroes’
Winner of the RSPCA Good Business Award: the RSPCA Good Business Awards celebrate those companies that set higher standards for animal welfare in the food, fashion and cosmetics industries.
Go Local Food
Website:Â Go Local Food
Go Local Food Ltd is a cooperative based in the heart of the rolling hills of theÂ Tyne Valley at Ovington.Â They grow over 40 varieties of fabulous vegetables for our members â€“ from chillies to parsnips, fresh peas to butternut squash. Their 2 acres, 4 polytunnels , 2 professional growers, workshares and volunteers produce enough veg for over 60 people a week! They’re a huge, community owned market garden â€“ where you donâ€™t need to dig (unless you want to) and theirÂ veggies are harvested and ready to eat on the same day.