We pride ourselves in working in partnership with other local producers and businesses and value their support in all we do.
How do we do this – here are some of our partnerships:
we provided Jam & Chutney to go with their multi award winning cheeses in their 2012 & 2013 Christmas Hampers – Paul and Sarah have asked us to now provide a range of our products for “The Shed” – which is at the farm.
Appleby’s Cheese website
Brosters Farm Shop
we are now supplying a range of jams, chutneys and curd to this great authentic farm shop at Bunbury Common just off the A49. Fresh farm grown vegetables, their own free range eggs and beef and lamb from their livestock are readily available. Helen and Richard care a great deal about the quality of their products and we are delighted to be working with them.
we produce marmalades, jams and chutneys from their estate fruit mazes which are then featured in the breakfast hampers for their customers in their 5* award winning self catering luxury cottages.
Combermere Abbey Website
Jayne Rozario Jewellery Design
a great friend, supporter and co-organiser of our monthly Malpas Farmers Market and Craft Fair, Jayne designs and makes bespoke jewellery. She sells at local markets and events as well as having appeared in Vogue. Look out for her individual designs for Weddings and special occasions.
Jayne Rozario Jewellery Design Website
a staple of our menu offer is Roger Bowden’s award winning bacon, sausage and gammon – we think it is the best you can get. Come and enjoy it either at the Whitchurch Friday Market or at the Jubilee Hall in Malpas at our café on Farmer’s Market day – the third Saturday in the month – Check out the dates and the opening times on the events page and you won’t be disappointed. We look forward to giving you a warm welcome.
Wyche Bacon Website
Harthill Cookery School
We are working with Brian & Irina at Harthill Cookery School to put together a cookery class in Jam & Curd making. The first of which will run in June 2014. We love the atmosphere they both create in terms of their hospitality, the learning and knowledge provided in a very relaxed and enjoyable way as well as their passion for local produce and suppliers. If you haven’t already visited their website then do so. Their cookery classes make a great gift for someone.