Family-run since 1970 by the Price family, Oakchurch Farm Shop and Garden Centre – has developed into a country department store leaving behind their fruit farm roots, whilst still providing quality local produce, some of which is still sourced from their farms today. Initially running as a successful ‘pick your own’ fruit and vegetable farm, most famous for its strawberry picking, the idyllically set farm shop now boasts an indulgent food department, restaurant and garden centre for all the family to enjoy –you can now also shop online.
What’s in the Hamper
Just down the road from us in Staunton on Wye, Oakchurch have contributed some fantastic local produce for the hamper:
Tiggs - For food lovers everywhere, these delicious dressings are perfect for a salad, marinade or paired with meat. Find out more at tiggitup.co.uk and #GetTiggyWithIt and become part of the Tiggolution! https://tiggitup.co.uk/
Franks Luxury Biscuits – Supplying over 500 outlets across the UK, based in Rotherwas, Herefordshire these biscuits are sure to leave you coming back for more. Visit their online store for more Frank’s Luxury Biscuits – we recommend the Oaties! http://www.franksluxurybiscuits.co.uk/
Woodthorpe Preserves – a small local cottage industry situated on the Welsh Border who started out by selling Jams, Chutney and Ketchups made from their own little orchard back in 2008. All products are handmade and finished in small batches to traditional recipes – although they may be much busier these days, as much care and thought goes into each pot as it did way back when they were selling wares on a little trestle table on their front lawn. https://www.facebook.com/pg/WoodthorpePreserves
JUS - Jus specialises in the production of Single Variety Apple Juice. It is made so that you can taste the full flavour and sweetness of the individual apple variety. They pride themselves in using good quality apples to make a top quality apple juice. JUS grow many varieties of apples themselves and for the less common varieties used, will source and use apples that are locally grown in Herefordshire. http://www.jusapples.co.uk/