Thursday, August 3, 2023

Farm shop

Our veg shelves in the farm shop are looking beautiful and bountiful these days, and it's all our own produce too - new potatoes, tomatoes, aubergines, kale, basil, rainbow chard, red onions, brown onions, shallots, garlic, French beans, courgettes, green chillies, spring onions, rhubarb, perpetual spinach, and more. Our farm shop is run by volunteers (more are currently needed if you have some spare time!) and is open Monday to Saturday 10am till 5pm.

We also stock fresh bread daily, eggs, local organic milk and yoghurt, and a wide range of products such as biscuits, jams, chutneys, peanut butter, raw chocolate, muesli, flour, apple juice, Cornish cheeses, frozen curry sauces, veggie sausages, tea-bags, ground coffee, hot sauces, pasta, rice, lentils etc...

Wednesday, August 2, 2023

Bruno, Louis, and Clement

Three of our residential WWOOF volunteers have completed their stays with us recently, and so we would like to thank Bruno, Louis, and Clement, for their hard work and friendship whilst with us, and we would like to wish them all the best.

Louis, at far left, planting the last of our leeks, with Alice, Luke and Craig.

Clement and Bruno digging some first early potatoes.

Bruno on an early morning salad pick in the market garden.

Veg boxes


After a very difficult May and June we moved into a damp and productive July with lots of lovely fresh produce available on the farm for veg boxes, farm shop, farmer's markets, and local cafes and restaurants.
We are particularly proud of our veg boxes at the moment, with all the veg in them being grown here on the farm, and harvested as fresh as possible for our Friday deliveries.
Our community veg boxes tomorrow should inlcude - 

  • £8.50 boxes - new potatoes, tomatoes, French beans, one fresh green chilli, shallots, and perpetual spinach.
  • £13.50 boxes - all the above, plus basil, courgettes, rhubarb, and an extra chilli.

Recent boxes have also included spring onions, brown onions, rainbow chard, black Tuscan kale, blackcurrants, cucumbers, and garlic.