I must try harder!

2. Nov, 2015

Come one, come all to see our new log burner!  Up and running now and hopefully heating the shop.  

Starting Sunday 8th November we will be instigating craft taster sessions, initially knitting, crochet and cross stitch only.  Turn up between 11am and 12 noon and have a free half hour session.

16. Sep, 2015

To compliment the new look of the front of the shop the produce is increasing - to buy this week we have English fruit and veg. Strawberries, salad onions, broccoli and tomatoes in the new fridge and leeks, onions, cabbage, sweet corn and Cox apples on the table. 

Come and give your opinion!

 

16. Sep, 2015

To compliment the new look of the front of the shop the produce is increasing - to buy this week we have English fruit and veg. Strawberries, salad onions, broccoli and tomatoes in the new fridge and leeks, onions, cabbage, sweet corn and Cox apples on the table. 

Come and give your opinion!

 

8. Sep, 2015

As of Thursday 10th we will have achieved the following- 

Farm shop area cleared and ready for new stock, fridge installed and ready to welcome milk, bacon and cheese to start with

Craft area cleared and the layout as we want it 

On the stage we now have smellies, children's toys, china and glass

The back room is currently our dumping ground so apologies for that

Look forward to seeing you all

 

 

 

10. Aug, 2015

AT LEAST ONCE IN YOUR LIFE YOU MAY NEED A DOCTOR, A POLICEMAN, A LAWYER OR A CLERGYMAN

BUT

THREE TIMES A DAY, EVERY DAY YOU WILL NEED A FARMER.

THINK ABOUT IT!

AND IF YOU NEED A FARMER MAKE SURE IT'S A BRITISH ONE

In the light of recent events with the dairy farmers, Country Matters would urge it's customers to buy British wherever possible.  It's most definitely a case of use it or lose it.  I know that some think that I'm strange when I check country of origin but it's a simple thing to do.  Look for the Union flag or the Red Tractor mark which both indicate British grown food which has passed all the required checks for quality products.  I may be biased as my brothers farm in Norfolk but we can all do our bit to help without spending too much more money.