New Year to look forward to now ..

I hope you all had a fantastic Christmas doing exactly what you wanted to do.  In a few days we will say goodbye to 2017 and hello to 2018.  Here ...

5 days to go …

Sitting having a cup of tea and looking out of the window, I wonder where this year has gone.  Thinking of all the sad and happy moments that have passed ...

Christmas Opening Times 2017

Here are our opening hours for the next few weeks – hope to see you soon …  

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New Year to look forward to now ..

I hope you all had a fantastic Christmas doing exactly what you wanted to do.  In a few days we will say goodbye to 2017 and hello to 2018.  Here at The Farm Shop we are open up to and including Sunday 31st December, 10.00 till 4.00, with all the fruit, vegetables, meat, plants and […]

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5 days to go …

Sitting having a cup of tea and looking out of the window, I wonder where this year has gone.  Thinking of all the sad and happy moments that have passed in 2017, there is one thing for sure, the clock never stops ticking.  The guys in the Farm Shop has been putting together great fruit […]

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Christmas Opening Times 2017

Here are our opening hours for the next few weeks – hope to see you soon …  

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Christmas Trees galore ….

Christmas trees galore here at The Farm Shop, your perfect tree awaits.  Remember to wrap up warm today as it is seasonally chilly.  Have fun picking your tree, our guys are on hand to help in any way.  See you soon …… Our Farm Shop Elf has arrived today, keep checking in to follow her […]

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Poinsettia

Fabulous Poinsettia on sale at The Farm Shop – please remember to transport them as quickly as you can from The Farm Shop, to your car and then inside your home. Poinsettia do not like cold weather or drafts, we have them planted in baskets as well as sold individually. Poinsettia seem to be the […]

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History lesson anyone?

CHRISTMAS WREATH  Whilst looking at our wonderful Wreaths I wondered what the history of the Wreath was ………  The word wreath comes from the word ‘writhen’ that was an old English word meaning ‘to writhe’ or ‘to twist’.  The hanging of a Christmas wreath originated from the Romans who hung wreaths on the doors as […]

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