The Udder Farm Shop


Manor Farm
East Stour


01747 838899


About us

The Udder Farm Shop is a family run, award-winning farm shop and eatery based on the edge of the Blackmore Vale near Gillingham.

Opened in 2005 by farmers Jane and Brian Down whose family have farmed in the village for four generations since 1938, our mission is to offer tasty, local food and to support and champion local and independent suppliers. We offer products from around Dorset and the surrounding counties and, with our home-reared meat sold in the shop and served in the restaurant, we believe very much in offering an alternative to supermarket shopping and in being part of the whole process from pasture to plate. Our team of friendly, knowledgeable and helpful staff make it an enjoyable shopping experience and can offer expert advice on our produce.

In 2019, we extended our coffee shop to include a bright and spacious bright dining area and wrap-around bar, offering customers more space and a choice of different seating areas to enjoy. In 2020, to support our customers through Covid, we launched an online ordering platform as well as a home delivery service.

We will continue to improve and expand our facilities, whilst always being mindful that our customers love us for our relaxed and independent shopping environment and our friendly and personal service.

We look forward to welcoming you to Udders soon and hope you enjoy your visit.

Jane & Brian

Washingpool Farm Shop


North Allington
Dottery Road


01308 459549


About us

Washingpool Farm is situated 3 miles from West Bay – Dorset, just outside the market town of Bridport on the B3162 heading towards Salway Ash.

Washingpool Farm is run by three generations of the Holland family.

Est. in 1971 the business has grown dramatically to now include an award winning farm shop, restaurant, fishing lakes, CL caravan site & two lovely holiday cottages. All situated on a 80 acre working farm that produces its own Devon Ruby Red beef, lamb, eggs and a vast array of fruit, vegetables, flowers and potatoes.

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