Logs and Coal
With Winter here and the temperature dropping make the most of our amazing deals on logs and coal to keep the home fires burning.
Logs & Kindling- £3.50/bag- 3 for £10
House Coal – 2 x 20kg bags for £12
Smokeless coal- 2 x 20kg bags for £15
All now undercover in our marquee at our shop exit.
Exciting new creations in our kitchen
Our new cook Debbie has begun to bake some delightful new cakes, quiches and pies to add to our ever growing range. Our strong recommendation is the salted caramel brownies which are divine
We now have local bread delivered in daily Tuesday to Saturday freshly baked at Ombersley bakery in teacakes, scones, rolls and loaves.
Freshness and variety of produce raised and grown on the farm. Whether looking for home-grown fruits and vegetables, home-reared meats or freshly baked goods you’ll be spoilt for choice in our farm shop. Fewer food miles, more farm-yards
Come and experience friendly service from our in house butchery, delicatessen and kitchen, where our experienced staff are on hand to serve to your exact requirements, and take orders – whether for formal catering, picnics or tonight’s supper.
We pride ourselves on our local produce and make a point to include our own products first, everything local, then the best of the rest in the UK, finally rounding off our selection with imports to complete the convenience factor of our shop.
The Harvest Shop offers an exceptional range of quality fruit and vegetables. On the farm, through Harper Farming and the 3 Care Farms, we grow a huge selection of our own produce, picked daily for exceptional freshness. Home-grown produce varies year to year, but often includes sweetcorn, runner beans, apples, fine beans, plums, cherries, strawberries, salad, and more. We also work closely with local growers to offer the best seasonal selection with the lowest food miles.
For further information or to discuss your requirements, please phone us on 01905 621954, or email us.
While you’re on site why not keep the children entertained with a visit to our farm park?