Farmers markets, other outlets and delivery service.
We do not deliver via online orders. Our ethos means we establish relationships with those who come to Farmers' markets. We therefore happily deliver to those of our market customers who cannot make a market for some reason or who would like something in between markets.
Deliveries take place on Fridays ready for the weekend, and Mondays ready for the week ahead.
We deliver within a roughly 30 mile radius of Sudborough, NN14 3BX - contact Sara to order and arrange delivery. The map below indicates our rough delivery area.
Based in Northamptonshire, but on the borders of Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Lincolnshire, Leicestershire and Cambridgeshire, you will find us at local markets and in small local outlets.
See our list of regular and one-off markets below:
Thursday 2nd April 2020 at 8:00am
Market Harborough, Thrapston and Oundle
Put the dates in your diaries - listed opposite.
The first Thursday of each month
A vibrant, well-regarded, old market town with a history of markets from time immemorial!
Open to the public on Tuesdays and Thursdays
The Old Rectory Gardens are beautiful. A place of inspiration. NOW CLOSED FOR WINTER SEASON
Our Herbs of the Month are available in their cafe, during the Gardens' Open Season. The Gardens are open to the public on Tuesdays and Thursdays during that season and on other specially-arranged occasions.
We highly recommend them as a place to visit.
The First Saturday of each month (beginning February 2019)
A lovely market. Small, friendly, and focused along the High Street, which still has lovely individual shops.
The Second Saturday of each month
Market Place, Oundle
A friendly, compact market. In the market town of Oundle. Surrounded by independent shops in a charming town.
Wednesdays to Sundays
Waterloo Cottage Farm, 34 Harborough Road, Great Oxendon, Market Harborough, Leicestershire LE16 8NA
Pasture fed, free range, organic - stocking their own produce, supporting other local producers. All with an ethos of minimal adverse impact upon the environment, bringing income to the local community, and providing land for a community vegetable garden. There are also yurts, a Canvas Cafe, and a farm shop. You can visit the animals - including the woolly cows.