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By buying local produce, whether it be Food, Drink or Goods, you can be sure that your produce hasn't travelled thousands of miles to get to you, racking up its own carbon footprint along the way. It also means that you are not only supporting local businesses but, more often than not, you'll probably end up with much higher quality products for your money too!

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Pigeon House Farm

Pigeon House Farm

Shop and PYO offering vegetables and all types of soft fruit as they come into season.

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Kerry's Fresh

Kerry's Fresh

Kerry’s have been selling quality, locally-sourced fruit & veg in Nottingham since 1885. Local has always been our ethos. Local business serving local peo...

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The Courtyard Dairy

The Courtyard Dairy

The Courtyard Dairy is a unique, specialist cheese-shop and cheese-maturer, owned and operated by Andy and Kathy Swinscoe. In 2017 the shop expanded into new ...

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Drewton's

Drewton's

Drewton's is a traditional farm shop with a classy twist set in 1,200 acres of tranquil countryside. We offer the very best in locally-sourced produce.

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Appleby's

Appleby's

The Appleby’s work closely as a family to produce, mature and retail their award winning Appleby’s Cheshire, Appleby’s Smoked and Appleby̵...

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Garsons Farm Shop

Garsons Farm Shop

We're proud to source a fantastic range of food and drink from our favourite suppliers in Hampshire and further afield for our Farm Shop at Garsons Titchfield. ...

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The Ethical Dairy

The Ethical Dairy

We produce traditional cheeses made with unpasteurised organic milk sourced from our own dairy herd, where we keep the calves with their mothers to suckle. Rain...

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