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Vegetables, fruit, spring water (still and sparkling) eggs, tofu, local fruit juices and pies. Natures Round features a veg box scheme.
Tom & Christine Gabriel
Little Pirzwell Natural Meats
Website: Little Pirzwell Natural Meats
Our beef and lamb is simply delicious. Little Pirzwell Natural Meats come from a small farm beside the Blackdown Hills where livestock have been farmed since at least the eleventh century. We are dedicated to providing wholesome, tender and tasty food that is naturally reared.
Our beef is all from Red Ruby Devon cattle, reared slowly, fed naturally, and hung properly. Our Beef Box offers a mouth-watering selection of joints, steaks casserole cuts and mince, weighs 13kgs, and is ready for your freezer.
Our lambs are all Suffolk or Dorset Xs and Jacobs, slowly grown on natural feeds and also hung properly. Lamb Boxes all contain either a half or whole lamb, with whole lamb weights ranging from 13kgs to 25kgs.
All our meats are prepared to our instruction by a skilled traditional butcher locally. We can modify cuts in Beef and Lamb Boxes to suit your requirements, wherever possible.
07858 381 539
Website: Chagford Community Agriculture
Seasonal vegetables for supply of veg. box scheme
All types of vegetables for box scheme. Soft fruit and top fruit. Herbs.
Landmatters Co-op/’Salad Days’
Mixed salad leaves. Other vegetables and soft fruit in season. Stall in Totnes market. Landmatters is part of the Permaculture Association’s Land Demonstration Network.
Website: Dartmoor Chilli Farm
Chilli plants, fruits, chutneys, sauces, jellies, jams and… chilli chocolate !
Black Dog Press
Website: Black Dog Press
Apples for juice and cider. Jane’s guides to practical building are also available through her website above.
Jonty and Carole Williams
The Husbandry School
The Husbandry School
07980 253677 and 07806 563373
Website: The Husbandry School
The Husbandry School runs a program of courses and events, from “Dirt to Dinner” through Earth Skills to a “Wellie Stomp Club”. Long and short courses available. We also offer a range of diverse produce to local people, chefs restaurants and cookery schools – from herbs, salads and edible flowers to heritage varieties of veg and grains to lamb and Tamworth pig pork. Please click the link above to read more about the Husbandry School’s principles, ventures and for a full course program.
Green Lane Herbs
Althaea Herbal Healing Garden
Green Lane Herbs sell herby salad bags, herb plants, vegetables, medicinal herbs dried, tinctures and ointments.
Look for their salad bags at Greenlife in Totnes
Moor Wholesome raise shetland sheep and dexter cattle.
Liz Coates and Dan Nettelfield
Daytime: 07818 065607
Local veg-box delivery scheme, beautiful & tasty mixed salad leaves, free-range geese for Christmas
Dumfries & Galloway
David J Major and Jane Gray
The Country Harvest
Dumfries & Galloway
The Country Harvest provides herbs, soft fruit, top fruit and vegetables in season.
Dumfries & Galloway
Daytime: 01556 504455
Evening: 01387 780288
Parkhead Farm sells its products at Sunrise Wholefoods – a great shop located at 49 King Street, Castle Douglas. They sell pork, lamb, eggs, vegetables, honey and fleeces for handspinners all of the highest quality and wholesome, local. Why buy from multinational corporations when you can meet and talk to those people who have produced and wrapped your food? Buy local!
01207 528 400
Langley Meadow Farm produces seasonal vegetables, hen and duck eggs, free range pork and turkeys.
Sausages from their own ‘Iron Age’ pigs are now available in their farm shop, as well as tasty mushrooms.
Game and Gold Label chickens and turkeys. Turkeys are sold oven ready or long-legged.
Peter’s birds are recommended by TV Chef Rick Stein in his book ‘Food Heroes of Britain.’
The Mill House
The Mill House features eggs, relishes and chutneys.
Pure bred Berkshire pigs, Norfolk black turkeys, Geese, Gotland sheep.
Culinary herbs – cut or in pots
01323 871867 or 07534418411
A small family business on the edge of Alfriston, perched on a sunny ledge overlooking the Cuckmere Valley.
All fruit and vegetables are grown with organic seeds and compost, without the use of chemicals.
Cuckmere Gardens supply good quality fresh produce grown on their land to local shops, pubs and restaurants in the valley.
P.R. & R.F. Rose
Website: Rosewood Farms
Finishing for Dexter cattle and Kerry Hill sheep. Cattle, pigs and sheep as available. Raw fleeces and spun wool for sale.
Willow Pond Farm
Free range eggs and natural farm products
Forest Farm Peace Garden
Forest Farm Community Gardens
Website: Forest Farm Peace Garden
Forest Farm Peace Garden works with a broad cross section of the community to promote health, wellbeing, environmental sustainability and intercultural awareness. We are committed to applying the core principles of permaculture: Earth Care, People Care and Fair Share.
On offer: vegetables, fruit and herbs.
If you wish to visit, please contact us to arrange a time. We are open on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
The Peace Garden offers opportunities for people of all ages and levels of experience interested in volunteering, community and the environment. Activities include food growing, tree planting, wildlife conservation, arts and crafts, outdoor social events and more. Anyone can get involved, regardless of experience.
Through volunteering with FFPG you get to:
- Grow your own fruit and vegetables
- Improve your health with exercise and fresh foods
- Meet new people
- Share your knowledge and learn new skills
- Help improve the environment through organic gardening and conservation
- Be part of a supportive and diverse community
With recent funding from Capital Volunteering, we now offer a supported volunteering programme for people with or recovering from enduring mental ill health.
Our activities are centred around health and sustainability. The garden is designed to teach about the natural world, educate about environmental technologies and encourage sustainable ways of living.
The aim for all of our activities is to have a benefit for both people and the environment. This means that not only are we committed to organic gardening and other ecologically sound practices, but aim to contribute to sustainable local food production, to the physical and mental health of the community and to the promotion of diverse, tolerant and equitable society.
The Peace Garden is committed to promoting refugee health and integration, as a vital part of creating a healthy, diverse and equitable society. Along with the communal activities, refugees and asylum seekers may have their own plots in the garden, where they can grow the fruits, herbs and vegetables of their choice.