The Gog


Heath Farm
Shelford Bottom
CB22 3AD


01223 248352


About us

Welcome to The Gog, a big-hearted, multi-award winning, down to earth farm shop in the Gog Magog Hills just south of the University town of Cambridge.

We’re a thriving, exciting place to shop and a slice of foodie heaven, staffed by enthusiasts and committed to bringing its wonderful customers the best possible produce from the local area, from around the UK and beyond; we’re incredibly proud to be partnering many of the country’s finest food producers and suppliers from Neal’s Yard Dairy to KellyBronze Turkeys.

On our journey, The Gog has featured on the BBC’s ‘MasterChef’, ‘Taste of Britain’, ‘The Great British Menu’ and even 2019’s ‘The Apprentice’.

St Neots Farmers’ Market


St Neots Town Council
Council Offices
St Neots
PE19 2BH


01480 388912

About us

St Neots Farmers Market is well established and has been in operation since 2002. We are proud of our FARMA accreditation, which recognises and supports local producers.

The Market is held on the second and fourth Saturday of each month between 8am-2pm. Producers may attend monthly, fortnightly or may just visit occasionally.

Products on offer include seasonal flowers and shrubs; baked goods and cakes; meats; fish; cheese; fruit; vegetables; sauces; chutneys; pickles; preserves and locally produced crafts.

Burwash Larder


Burwash Larder
New Road
CB23 7EY




About us

Burwash Larder is a farmshop & deli on the outskirts of Cambridge, just off J12 of the M11.

They specialise in organic produce, local bakers & have a huge cheese counter.

Set in farmland, this is a rural retreat just outside of the city.

The Bushel Box Farm Shop


Manning & Son
130 Station Road
CB24 5HG


01954 206015

About us

Established in 2011 to showcase the produce grown on the farm, and to provide a year round destination for people looking for fresh local produce, the Bushel Box Farm Shop takes over from a popular seasonal farm shop. The Manning family have been growing fruit on a commercial level for over 50 years and were previously market gardeners running a Cambridge Market Stall in the 1950’s. Today the farm is a mix of cereal crops and orchards of Plum, Pear, Apple and Apricot.

The Bushel Box Farm Shop aims to promote the best in seasonal produce and to encourage customers to eat seasonally and locally.

No more than 1 mile from the tree

The shop sells our own in-season tree fruit and Asparagus alongside locally grown fresh seasonal vegetables and soft fruit. We specialise in growing Plums, Pears Apricots and Apples and are proud to offer for sale 34 varieties of Plum and 31 varieties of Apple; all grown by us on our farm and transported no more than 1 mile from the tree. During the short season we harvest Asparagus daily for sale in the shop from a 1 acre bed just a couple of minutes walk away.

**The shop is open all year round from 10am to 6pm Tues – Sat and on Sunday 10am to 4pm. The shop is closed on Mondays.**

The produce for sale changes subtly from week to week as each season progresses. In general we offer plums for sale between mid July and mid October. Our Apple crops usually starts early August and lasts through until May or June with Pears available from mid August to mid March. The Apricot harvest typically appears at the end of July for just a few weeks…they’re so good we just can’t grow enough of them.

The vegetables available are dependent on the time of year and the weather conditions. We do keep cauliflowers, cabbage and staple items such as onions, mushrooms, potatoes and carrots in stock as well as root vegetables such as parsnips. We also keep cooking essentials such as lemons, garlic and ginger from further afield for convenience.

Locally roasted coffee

On weekends we open our small coffee shop 10am to 4pm offering cakes made on the premises alongside locally roasted coffee, tea from a local company and hot chocolate from an east anglian firm.

The shop also sells jam and marmalade made on the premises as well as eggs, oil, honey and apple juice all from Cambridgeshire, East Anglian ice cream and local preserves.

Harvest Barn


Whitehall Farm,
Ramsey Road,


01733 219888

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About us

Stephen & Lynn Briggs opened Harvest Barn Farm Shop at Whitehall Farm in January 2018. They have been farming at Whitehall Farm since 2007 & are first generation farmers with a passion for quality local food & wildlife.

The 250 acre farm grows cereals, vegetables and fruit crops. The farm is a certified organic farm. The oats they grow are certified gluten free.

They hold a Higher Level Stewardship Scheme (HLS) agreement with Natural England. The farm has over 25 acres of wild flowers, pollen & nectar rich species, rough grasses and wild bird food, along with ‘scruffy’ ditch & field edges which are a Haven for wildlife.

In 2009 they planted 4500 apple trees as part of the UK’s largest Agroforestry system (growing trees & crops in the same fields). This helps improve our soil & benefits biodiversity, ecology & wildlife.
There are always Bees & Earthworms working hard on the farm to help us and our staff with our job as farmers.

We have a small, friendly team here at Harvest Barn, consisting of Lynn, Ashley, Sue, Yana, Libbie, Olivia, Zoe, Hannah & Lewis who will always be on hand to help with any queries or questions about the shop or farm.

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