Costow Farm Produce


Home Farm
Marston St Lawrence
OX17 2DA


07807 693394


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Whites of Earls Barton


Clay Lane
Earls Barton


01604 812173

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About us

Whites of Earls Barton (formerly Whites Nurseries) began as a small business established by Philip White in the 1940’s. He set up his business in a greenhouse behind the family home in West Street, Earls Barton, a village just outside Northampton.

In 2021, the business was expanded and the new development now includes a Farm Shop selling fruit and veg, with new butchers and deli, fresh flowers, dairy produce, local ales and cider, artisan drinks and wines, superb frozen meals and fish selection, local eggs, honey and ice cream, fresh bread, oils and preserves, logs, coal and kindling and much more.

A new Kitchen Café was also opened, where you can enjoy specialty coffee, refreshments, and sweet and savoury treats.

At the heart of everything we do is our produce. Wonderfully fresh from the field, beautifully tasty, competitively priced fruit and vegetables which are locally grown or produced wherever possible.

Our aim is to buy as much local produce as we can to support our county farms and English growers. We have daily deliveries which ensure that our customers receive the freshest quality. Using local growers helps reduce our carbon footprint, food miles and protect the precious environment in which we live.

Whites is also a trusted supplier of fresh fruit and vegetables, and other fresh produce to wholesale customers across Northamptonshire and surrounding areas.

At Whites, we also have an excellent showground which hosts an array of different events throughout the year; from Car and Bike Meetings to the Dr Frights Halloween Nights!

Smiths Farm Shop


Brampton Lane
Chapel Brampton


01604 843206

About us

More than 60 years ago, we began to turn our family’s farmland into a business. Growing crops and working with local food producers, we provided them with an outlet to sell their wonderful goods.

What began as a simple passion for real food and a desire to feed our children better, has grown into Smiths Farm Shop, a family-run, ethical business with a real focus on sustainability and responsible farming.

As a family we started out growing strawberries, using an honesty box outside a gate in the summer of 1958, before moving onto potatoes in the winter. 

We also became one of the first UK farms to bring asparagus over from the eastern Mediterranean countries, helping to build on the popularity of the vegetable which is now readily available in most places now.

To ensure we supply a wide range of other products for our customers, we source British farmers from across the rest of the country who are leading specialists in their industry. This means our customers have direct access to the very best seasonal fruit and vegetables all year round.

These core values are at the heart of everything we do at Smiths Farm Shop.

We lead by example, farming, growing and producing according to our sustainable  principles because we want to care for the land we work on and the world we live in.

Higham Ferrers Farmers’ Market


Higham Ferrers Town Council
Town Hall
Market Sqaure
Higham Ferrers
NN10 8BT


01933 312075


About us

Higham Ferrers Farmers Market is held in the historic Market Square between 9am and 1pm on the last Saturday of each month except December when it is moved to the last available Saturday before Christmas.

Our market is a very successful monthly market which is accredited to the Farm Retail Association.

With over 20 stalls providing a great variety of local produce and many award winning traders. Some produce varies depending on season and farming schedules but always includes a great range of meat, poultry, cheese, cakes, honey, chutney, pies, bread, fruit, vegetables, and much more.

Buying from local producers means you can ask them direct questions about their products and get advice or even recipe ideas from these friendly and helpful traders. We provide extra activities throughout the year such as our birthday celebration in April, ‘Love Your Local Market’ in May and a Christmas Band and Santa visit in December. When visiting Higham Ferrers market there is a Heritage Trail around our beautiful Town which gives a great opportunity to explore the local area and it’s heritage.

On market day’s, the Bede House next to St Mary’s Church also have a Charity Coffee Morning which is lovely to visit. There is ample free parking around the town with extra parking allocated off Midland Road for market day which is signposted.

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