Uncle Henry’s


Grayingham Grange
DN21 4JD


01652 640308


About us

Uncle Henry’s is part of a family farming business, run by the Ward family. We are farmers with a passion for home reared, local and great tasting produce.

The story behind the farm shop started with a family friend of the owners, Meryl and Steve, by the name of Henry Wright.

Henry used to live in the house behind the farm shop & cafe. You can see the house from the outside courtyard. The Wright family farmed our farm for over 100 years when the Wards took on the farm operation in 1991.

Even though the two families were unrelated, Meryl and Steve’s children used to ask “Can we visit Uncle Henry’s” when they wanted to play at Henry’s house.

The name stuck and the out of the family’s fondness for their family friend, came the title for the Ward’s new business, Uncle Henry’s Farm Shop, Butchery & Cafe.

The couple went on to convert the derelict 19th Century limestone buildings on the farmlands next to Henry’s house, into the shop, butchery and cafe in September 2006. Since then, conference facilities have been added and the business has developed to become an educational resource for local schools.

Steve and Meryl’s son, Graham, now manages Uncle Henry’s. Steve runs the arable side of the business and Meryl looks after the pigs. Their two other children also work within the business, Emma, is in charge of the buying of products for the shop and ensuring health & safety standards throughout.  While Sam works on the farming side of the business. Emma, Graham and Sam are the fifth generation to work in the family business.

Our surrounding arable and pig farm is an integral part of Uncle Henry’s and provides our customers with a real ‘farm to fork’ experience.

Farming heritage combined with a love for great food, provenance and interest in the local community have come to create the Farm Shop, Butchery & Cafe you see today.

Graham and our friendly team would like to extend a warm welcome and we hope that you come and visit us soon!

The Uncle Henry’s Team x

Lincoln Farmers Market


City Of Lincoln Council
City Hall
Beaumont Fee


01522 873515


About us

Enjoy a variety of vibrant outdoor markets in Lincoln each week: Farmers’, Antiques and Makers’ markets through the year.

Meet local farmers and producers at Lincoln Farmers’ Market and sample some of the best food the region has to offer. The Farmers Market takes place on every 3rd Saturday of the month on Castle Hill. Opening times are 9am – 4pm.

Lincolns twice-monthly Makers Markets on Steep Hill and Cornhill showcase traditional and contemporary arts and crafts. Makers Markets are held every first Saturday of the month on Castle Hill and every second Saturday on Cornhill from March to December, making it the perfect place to find an original Christmas present or gift for that special someone.

The Antiques Market is held on Castle Hill on various Sundays each month with dozens of collectors and dealers in attendance offering unique goods. Open 10am – 4pm.

Farmers Market:
Every 3rd Saturday of month, 9am – 4pm, Castle Hill.

Makers Markets:
1st Saturday of month, 9am – 4pm, Castle Hill;
2nd Saturday of month, 9am – 4pm, Cornhill.

Antiques Market:
Various Sundays, 10am – 4pm, Castle Hill.

Vine House Farm


Deeping St Nicholas
PE11 3DG


01775 630208

About us

Wild bird food direct from our conservation award winning farm and at low prices.

We farm with wildlife in mind and also aim to be as environmentally responsible as possible, by ensuring a low carbon footprint through selling our own and UK sourced products.

Our commitment to the Wildlife Trusts is long term and, if you buy from us, you’re also supporting their vital work. Take a look at how this amazing charity is helping the environment we all live in.

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