Saltburn Farmers Market


Saltburn Station Portico
TS12 1DG
we are in and around the town centre of Saltburn

About Us

We’ve come a long way since our first blizzard-hit market way back in 2008, and are now rated as one of the best Farmers’ Markets in the country!

So, shortlisted as National Farmers’ Market of the Year in 2014, we continue to bring around 35 of the North East & North Yorkshire’s best independent food producers right into the heart of town on the second Saturday of each month.

A mix of our regular traders and the occasional special guest, that’s around 35 stalls brimming with the best local food, drink and artworks – all in this gorgeous seaside town of Saltburn-by-the-Sea that we, the Market organisers, are proud to call home.

Our visitors tell us that two of the things they like best about Saltburn Farmers’ Market are the fantastic family atmosphere, and the chance to buy good local food that’s hard to find elsewhere.

That’s exactly what we set out to achieve when we first started back in 2008, and that’s what we still do today.

But more than just food, our market is about people – the people who actually make or produce the food itself.

So, come & say hello, meet our stallholders and chat with them about the food or art they produce.

And, while you’re here, you’ll love browsing around the town’s great independent shops and cafes – not to mention the beach, the pier and the Valley Gardens



Dunnington Heath Farm
B49 5PD


01789 772771

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Situated in a leafy corner of Warwickshire near the Worcestershire border is the award-winning Hillers Farm Shop.  Originally started as a fruit farm, Hillers has been established on the same site for over 100 years and is now a large and well-established farm shop and so much more.

It is owned and run by fourth generation sisters Sally and Emma – they are at the forefront of this busy, thriving Farm shop. The Farm Shop always has an array of delicious products carefully selected from specialist suppliers to bring their customers the very best in fresh, quality produce that is sourced locally wherever possible.

Alongside the Farm Shop, which includes Ragley Estate Meats and Hillers Fish Shop (providing expertise in their respective fields to accompany their quality produce), there is also the ever-popular Garden Café serving breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea.

Hillers Garden & Plant Centre provides inspiration for your own garden at any time of year with the beautiful display garden to walk around and enjoy. Hillers best kept secret is the bird hide which overlooks Ragley woods and is a delight to discover.

Hillers Gifts and Interiors stock everything from cards, stationery and beautiful home wares to children’s and ladies clothing and jewellery.

So, whether you want to browse in the award-winning Farm Shop, enjoy a delicious meal in the Garden Cafe, walk round the beautiful Display Garden, discover the bird hide or find the perfect outfit or gift for that special someone, visit Hillers where you’ll be assured of a warm welcome – there is even a giant sandpit for the youngsters to enjoy and the miniature railway (check our website for running dates).

Oakes Farm Shop


Balsall Street
Balsall Common


01676 535537

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Rewind back to 2000 and Oakes Farm Shop sold only their own free range eggs in a garden shed at the top of the farm drive. Then in 2013, the doors to the farm shop here today opened, welcoming customers from local and afar to enjoy a wide range of locally sourced products which we are proud to stock.

Oakes Farm Shop now comprises of a butchery, delicatessen, café and the retail shop itself, with our main focus in all departments to supply the best homemade or locally sourced produce that we can find.

Over the years, we have increased the range of our homemade produce, including all of the pastries and pies on our delicatessen counters, and the cakes and traybakes sold in both the café and shop.

In 2022, we entered 3 products into the Great Taste Awards, and received 3 awards:
Homemade Handraised Pork Pie – 2-star
Free Range Thick Pork Breakfast Sausage – 1-star
Homemade Plain Sausage Roll – 1-star

Costow Farm Produce


Home Farm
Marston St Lawrence
OX17 2DA


07807 693394


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Elm Tree Farm Shop


Elm Tree Farm
Park Road
BS16 1AA


0117 958 6206


About us

Elm Tree Farm and Farm Shop are located on our care farm in Stapleton, Bristol and part of learning disability charity, Brandon Trust.

Elm Tree Farm’s farm shop has everything you need for a delicious, locally sourced meal, as well as a number of seasonal items and gifts.

We have a great range of fresh fruit and vegetables available throughout the seasons.  All stock grown at Elm Tree Farm is produced using organic methods and grown within 200 metres of the shop.  To ensure a good variety, we support other local organic growers to stock additional fruit and veg.  For the more adventurous cooks, we also sell fresh herbs grown in our nursery.

We also have a range of frozen meat, with all the livestock raised using high welfare RSPCA ‘Five Freedoms’ principles, and all beef stock is grass reared. Sausages and free-range eggs are also available.

To top it off, we also sell a range of seasonal chutneys, jams, and juices, all lovingly made using seasonal produce by the Farm team.

For the house and garden, the shop sells edible and ornamental plants, seasonal fresh flowers, and a range of dry stock products. There are also bird boxes and tables, bug hotels, wooden planters, and some wooden gift items made by the Splinters team(on site work working studio), as well as bags of kindling and logs to keep you warm through winter.  Splinters also up-cycles wooden furniture and makes high-end wooden items to order.

Opening times – Tuesday – Saturday 10am-5pm



Kinsbrook Vineyard
West Chiltington Road
RH20 2RZ


01403 907800


About us

We’re a young vineyard and wine producer building an inclusive, sustainable lifestyle culture in Thakeham, West Sussex. We try to be as holistic as possible with our approach to grape growing and winemaking, always favouring sustainable and regenerative practices. This is an ethos we will be continuing to prioritise through the expansion of our offerings at Kinsbrook; we will be opening the doors to Kinsbrook Farmhouse in September 2022, which will be a visitor centre with a Farm Shop downstairs and, upstairs, an Eatery with an open plan kitchen, dining area, lounge and balcony overlooking the vines. We’re aiming to grow a large part of our own produce onsite using regenerative principles in our market garden and farm which will include vegetable patches, an orchard, beehives and some farm animals too. This will initially supply the kitchen but, we hope, will eventually supply a large percentage of the Farm Shop produce. In the kitchen, we’ll be using a ‘farm to table’ concept, where customers are served small, creatively put-together, delicious sharing plates using ingredients which have been grown or farmed onsite.

Roberts Farm Shop


Ashwood Fieldhouse Farm
West Midlands


07710 644908/ 07803 240476

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We are a small family-run business that has been in operation for over 60 years. We pride ourselves in offering a wide range of top quality, fresh fruit and vegetables which are sourced locally wherever possible. Working with local food and drink suppliers, our range of products is constantly expanding to bring our customers tastes and choice not available in your typical food shop. We sell a wide selection of delicious cakes, jams, chutneys, pickles, and local honey. We also have chillers full of cheeses, dairy, meat and meat products.

Our separate pet store offers a variety of animal feeds and supplies for horses, birds and pets. We farm our own hay and straw that is available to buy by the bag or bale, along with other types of animal bedding. We also sell good quality logs, coal, kindling and charcoal.

Working as a team, the staff of Roberts Farm Shop offer friendly advice and a personal touch to our valued customers.

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

Whites of Earls Barton


Clay Lane
Earls Barton


01604 812173

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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!

East Grange


East Grange Farm
High Shincliffe


01913 842 718


About us

East Grange is a family farm situated on the outskirts of Durham City. We have been farming at East Grange since 1941 and are now in our fourth generation, with three of these still actively involved in running the farm.

We started selling precut Christmas trees in 2015, our pumpkin patch opened in 2019, and our sunflower trail in 2021, we continue to learn, improve and expand every year.

We are constantly trying new things and intend to introduce new aspects to the business every two to three years.

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