Covid-19 Response

 

We’ve been busy adapting and reinventing our business during the pandemic! However, we are working hard to continue doing what we love, sourcing local food and serving our community, albeit a little differently to normal!

Our farm shop is open with some additional measures in place to help keep us all safe. These include an expanded shop area, additional cleaning schedules, a maximum number of people in the shop at any one time, distancing markers on the floor, avoiding the use of cash where possible and PPE worn by staff and customers at all times in the shop.

You are also now able to shop online with us. We have an ever increasing range in our online shop and you can benefit from a contactless local delivery or click and collect service if you are isolating. Head to our online shop or find out more information.

Our farm kitchen has now moved into The Barn, a new home for the winter! We began work on tidying up and reinventing one of the barns on the farm to create a spacious, safe and beautiful space! We are offering eat in or takeaway breakfast, lunch, coffee & cake seven days a week. We also have our outdoor coffee cabin open on certain days for that quick coffee on the go.

 

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