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Food glorious food - reduce your food miles and buy local! Some local food producers are listed below. If you sell or produce local food, please let us know to be included.
Stanley’s Farm Shop
Fishers Castle Farm, Harvington Kidderminster
Selection of frozen fruits pastries and other items with no packaging – bring your own. Local fruits and veg in season many grown on the farm itself. Unwrapped fruit and veg - bring your own bags. Pick your own in season too.
Birmingham Road Kidderminster
Locally grown where possible. Loose eggs, unwrapped bread. Wide range of unwrapped fruit and veg.
Bells Farm Shop
Lots of fruit and veg grown on the farm. Pick your own and ready picked. Locally produced milk, dairy and meats.
Worcester Road (A4025) Hartlebury, near Stourport-on-Severn, Worcestershire, DY13 9SA.
Wide range of apples, pears, plums and cherries grown on the farm without chemicals. Many local historic varieties. Juice and other products as available. Buy direct from the farmer in season - bulk or small purchases.
Forest Pig Charcuterie (based at Bell Farm in the Wyre Forest)
Salami and charcuterie made at the farm. Sell online.
Tel: 01299 266771 or call Jeremy’s mobile 07736 619165
WR6 6JJ UK
Locally grown geese, turkey and goose fat.
Locally brewed beers, regular range and seasonal.
Unit 7 Bewdley Craft Centre
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If you haven't already done so, it's the perfect time to sow some food and reap the rewards later. You don't even need a garden, you can grow salads on your windowsill!
Some beans grown up canes in your garden provide height, beauty and later will keep providing food right up until frosts, they also freeze very well. The taste of your own green beans from the freezer on your Christmas table will inspire you to do it every year! Do you want to know more about growing your own food? Contact us for more information firstname.lastname@example.org putting Grow Food in the subject.
Food News & Links
Click here to watch an inspiring video about community food growing in Vancouver City, Canada.
Read about Garden Sharing schemes. It's all about growing your own vegetables on someone else's patch. Allotment waiting lists are getting longer, but if you want to save cash by growing your own veg there is another way. Click image to read the full article.
The Wyre Community Land Trust is based at Uncllys Farm in the Wyre Forest. It has a herd of pedigree Dexter cattle and manages orchards, meadows and oak forest. Work is caried out by our farm manager, apprentices and a team of enthusiastic volunteers.
The Shropshire & Edges Permaculture Network (SEPNET) is a growing group of people using permaculture design ethics and principles in their projects and lives across Shropshire and in surrounding counties. Visit the website for more details.