Shop opening times
From 10 May 2021, the farm shop will be open:
- Tuesday – Saturday 9.00am-3.30pm
- Sunday – Monday CLOSED
There’s plenty of car parking, or you can get the number 5 or 46 bus right to the Farm entrance.
Range of produce
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 wide 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, and have plans to produce a wider range of medicinal herbs in the coming season.
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. Bacon (remember how it used to taste before the watery supermarket bacon?), 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, 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.
To see what we currently have in stock, please check our produce and prices page.
Seasonal veg boxes
If you’re looking for fresh veg boxes full of the current season’s offerings, please visit our online shop to find out about our click and collect service.
Veg box update – January 2021
Due to the scheme’s success and recent reduced staff capacity through COVID restrictions, we’ve decided to pause the veg boxes until spring 2021. It will give the crops time to recover, get us through the ‘hungry gap’ – a time of year where there is a reduction in seasonal veg in the UK, allow for handover to new staff, and enable us to keep our box contents 100% Elm Tree Farm produce – which sets us apart from other veg box schemes.
Please get in touch with any feedback that you’d like us to consider whilst planning our crops for veg boxes 2021.