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Green Broom Growers Co-Operative
2 The Ridgeway
Whitchurch on Thames
Green Broom are a low impact agricultural co-operative with nine members, located on the Hardwick Estate in Crays Pond, South Oxfordshire. They supply a variety of delicious vegetables, fruit and herbs in season.
They grow high quality organic produce for the needs of the local area, working the land with organic and permaculture methods which naturally build soil fertility, and actively promote wildlife and biodiversity. They cultivate crops by hand without the use of fossil fuels, herbicides, pesticides, fungicides or artificial fertilisers.
They offer a zero carbon cycle delivery service to residents of Crays Pond, Woodcote, Goring Heath and Whitchurch Hill. Orders can also be collected from the farm shop, and weekly or twice weekly veg boxes are available.
Mount Woodlands & Farm Garden
Website: Mount Woodlands & Farm Garden
The idea behind our Community Farm Garden is to introduce newcomers from our locality to the process of planting, growing and eating naturally grown vegetables and fruits as an alternative to supermarket mass produce. We have small plots of a variety of plants that demonstrate how easy it is to cultivate anything in a small area. If vegetables aren’t your ‘thing’, we also have a selection of perennials that will brighten up any space, no matter how small.
Broad range of vegetables, salad and soft fruit. Longhorn cattle. Traditional breed pigs & chickens. Preserves.
Mount Woodlands & Farm Garden also run occasional events, such as a ‘Bat Walk’ last August.
Wester Ballachraggan Farmhouse
susiemac ‘at’ talk21.com
Wester Ballachraggan Farm supplies lambs, birds for the table and eggs.
Richard and Catharyn Edwards
1 Belvedere Cottage
ERW Edwards offers various fruits and vegetables.
Jacobs’ Lawn Fresh Produce
Jacobs’ Lawn (fresh Produce) is a 21 acre smallholding offering seasonal home grown vegetables and herbs from our walled garden and polytunnels. There are also apples from the orchard.
Please email to check our availability. We offer:
- A wide selection of salads, leafy salads, endives and lettuce.
- A wide selection of herbs for cooking and summer salads
- Fruiting vegetables
- Peas and beans
- Marrows and squashes
- Brassicas, aloims and root crops
- Rhubarb, asparagus, celery and mushrooms
Great Oak Foods
14 Great Oak Street
The shop is next door to the Compton’s Yard Trust with a café, artistic exhibits and rooms to rent.
Lots of organic products including cider, cheese, fruit and wine. Local vegetables and fruit when available.
Lesley with WFA Secretary Sky McCain at Smallholders’ Show in Builth Wells
Website: Lesley Wickham
Medium-legged, pedigreed Dexter cattle and a variety of coloured sheep receive the best of care here. Lesley also teaches smallholding skills, throws pots and spins.
Royal Welsh Winter Fair Prizewinner, 2006
VISITORS ARE WELCOME by prior arrangement. They can also see our CRAFT GALLERY where chunky rugs woven from our own fleeces are on display together with items made from hand-spun wool, and STONEWARE POTTERY also made on the farm (you may try your hand at throwing too!).
For a longer stay there is sometimes a four-berth caravan available (with gas/electric/TV and adjacent toilet/shower facilities) or you can bring your own tent and enjoy camping in the beautiful surroundings of rural Powys.
Lesley’s prize-winning wool products: throws, sheepskins, hats, jumpers plus carded and spun wool are now on display in a new shop in Hay-on-Wye called ‘Wool and Willow’ at no2 Backfield Lane.
Rhondda Cynon Taf
The Green Valley Centre
The Strategy Ltd.
2- 4 Commercial Place
admin “at” bryncynonstrategy.org.uk
Website: Green Valley Centre
Roots, brassica, legumes, onions, salad crops, cut flowers etc.
The Green Valley Centre is Bryncynon Strategy’s prestigious Community
Green space project that has been developed over the last four years from a derelict overgrown wilderness into a thriving community garden. The site is divided up into three zones that reflect the activities that take place, these include: a recreation and learning zone used by local people, community groups and schools; a horticultural production zone that supplies local Food Co-ops and a seasonal Food Box Scheme and a quiet zone taking in woodland, orchards and a riverside biodiversity area.
Mr W. J. & Mrs C. A. Auger
Augernik Fruit Farm
(mobile 07968 231631)
See us at the following markets:
- 1st Saturday – Kings Heath
- 2nd Thursday – Ludlow
- 2nd Saturday – Kings Norton
- 3rd Saturday – Stourbridge
- 4th Saturday – Moseley
Growing naturally since 1989..
- Rhubarb, March – August
- Gooseberries, May – August
- Black & red currants, July – August
- Tayberries, July – August
- Blueberries, July – August
- Cherries, red, black and white, July – August
- Plums and Greengages, August – September
- Autumn Raspberries, August – October
- Apples, cookers and eaters, August – November
- Pears, September – November
- Cobnuts September – December
- Walnuts, October – December
- Chestnuts, October – December
Autumn raspberries P.Y.O – discounts for 5 lbs and upwards.
We also supply free range eggs.
Ian and Ruth Mason
Five Acres Wholesome Food
01743 850832/07843 190365
Website: Five Acres Wholesome Food
Suppliers of delicious fruit, Five Acres grow over 75 varieties apple, plum and gage tree and have national recognition for the orchard, including an early entry as one of Rick Stein’s ‘Food Heroes’. The varieties they grow are often referred to as ‘heritage’varieties, which is another way of saying very good quality and taste but, for commercial reasons, ignored by the major apple growers
Their oldest variety is a small, flat late dessert called Court Pendu Plat which is believed to date from Roman times. You can try Costard, reputedly sold by Nell Gwynne and the fruit that gave us the term Costermonger, or the majestic Blenheim Orange, beloved by the Victorians and used by modern day patissiers, for tarte tatin
The orchard comprises 400 bush and half standard trees and about 1,000 columnar trees. They grow Apples, Pears, Plums, Gages, Damsons and Kent Cobs. All the fruit trees were grafted by them from scion wood supplied from the National Fruit Collection at Brogdale in Kent
Styche Hall Farm Fayre
The Old Estate Yard
plantsfromthepast “at” hotmail.com
Styche Hall grows vegetables and salads, hostas, grasses and perennials. They also have free-range Wellsummers for egg production.
Mrs J. Wakefield
Website: Hollies Farm
Raspberries, potatoes, beans and cabbage available in season. Jan and Terry welcome guests to their bed and breakfast in the beautiful Shropshire countryside, and they are accredited Silver members of the Green Tourism Service.
Ms Beverley Draig
Dragon’s Lair Farm
Future offerings will include fruit, vegetables, nuts, culinary/medicinal herbs, Angora goats, chicken/duck eggs, rare breed chickens and their eggs, bee products (Warre method).
Chris Smaje, Cordelia Rowlatt,
Gladys Paulus and Kane Brough
01373 462 842
We’re a small local business, producing fruit, vegetables, and other farm products on our eighteen-acre site in Frome, Somerset.
We sell most of our produce locally through our vegetable box scheme because we believe that food should be grown as close as possible to where it’s eaten. That way, we can reduce the environmental impact of our farming. We can also provide our customers with fresh produce (most of it is picked on the day it’s sold!), and grow tasty home-garden varieties you won’t find in the supermarkets.
Rex & Helena Watts
18 Sutherland Road
The Watts’ offer quality gained over 45 years of mixed farming. Products include vegetables & salads, Jacobs lamb, Tamworth bacon, pork, and sausage year around.
Bury St Edmunds
Website: Langham Herbs
We grow a wide range of seasonal vegetables which go in to our home delivered veg boxes, and a selection of both culinary and decorative herbs that are sold from the garden, and also at the nearby farmers market held at Wyken Vineyards every Saturday morning.
Tyne & Wear
Donna & Mike Evans
Humble’s Wood Farm
30 Kestrel Way
Tyne & Wear
Fruit and veg… and soon, pigs and chickens.
Website: Hartley Farm
Grown Green is a market garden which forms part of Hartley Farm. Salads, vegetables, herbs, fruit and flowers are all grown by resident gardener Kate Collyns, and all produce is for sale at the Hartley Farm shop.
Dennis C Nightingale-Smith
Organic Living Association
St Mary’s Villa
Dennis sells apples, pears and herbs