Their family has farmed at Hill End Farm since 1910 when William Collingborn established their pedigree friesian herd. Their cows graze on the traditional lush pastures of the Dauntsey Vale for 240 days of the year. The herd is relatively small which means the cows are not stressed.
ChalkStream® grows the finest English trout on the world famous Test and Itchen Rivers of Hampshire. Slow grown for 2 years in fast flowing pure chalk stream water, our trout are lean and athletic with a unique, clean taste.
Founded in 2014, Gears Oil produces cold pressed rapeseed oil from seed grown by local farmers surrounding Baydon, Wiltshire.
Hog and Hedge serve and sell speciality coffee and fresh homemade food from their wonderful child-friendly cafe in Newbury. We are delighted to be able to offer their single estate coffee, ground for the cafetière.
Alex Marsden’s award winning signature Vanilla Fudge is made using her Grandmother’s recipe, a traditional recipe without the use of additives and artificial flavourings. Whilst it has a smooth, creamy melt-in-the-mouth consistency, it is also delightfully crumbly and has often been likened to Scottish Tablet. Vogue Magazine described the Vanilla Fudge as “second to none”!
Savernake Juices are made by My Apple Juice, the community apple pressing service, based at The Cider Barn, Hungerford Park. 90% of apples in private gardens fall and go to waste, so bring your apples in the Autumn and collect your own juice, with your house name on the label.
Great bread makes all the difference. Shepherds are a wholesale bakery based in Chieveley, Berkshire. Using flour milled in Wantage, they are able to produce a wide range of products from their new purpose built bakery.
The Gosling family have been producing and supplying Guernsey milk from Wood Farm in Wroughton since 1908. Their herd of 120 strong free-range Guernsey cows deliver organic dairy produce to suppliers across the South of England.
A Wholesale butchers based in Newbury/Thatcham. Thatcham Butchers has produced premium meats with high quality cuts since 1985.
Jonathan and Josette (yes that is why they are called jojo’s) and have a dairy herd based/grazing at Lotmead Farm in Wanborough.
When a number of airlines and large coffee brands stopped buying milk, Jojos introduced a daily drive through milk collection to avoid having to pour it down the drain.