In the picturesque hamlet of Haven near Dilwyn is the tiny distillery where Duncan and Alex Fox have made Sly Gin since 2016. These are authentic, small batch craft gin makers. Many of the botanicals are hand-picked from their cottage garden and dried to ensure batch consistency throughout the year. Using a mixture of herbs and flowers combined with other traditional botanicals they create a range of vibrant gins by using a mixture of traditional and cold vacuum distillation. Their smooth London Dry Sly Gin has full rich spruce like juniper combined with complex herb and spice elements and makes a perfect G&T or base for a cocktail. Lemon Verbena Sly Gin combines soft rounded juniper with a natural ‘sherbet lemon’ zest and is especially good with fresh strawberries and tonic. Pink Grapefruit Sly Gin is a real citrus blast with hints of vanilla and black pepper. The distillery is open to visitors by appointment for buying bottles and a quick look round – it’s too small for a tour as you can see it all from the doorway! If you can’t visit the distillery, you can buy Sly Gin from the many stockists in Herefordshire or direct from their […]
Radlow Hundred Wines is part of the Celtic Marches Beverages based near Bromyard in Herefordshire. Radlow’s estate falls within the beautiful rolling landscape previously known as the Radlow Hundred, an administrative area noted in the Doomsday Book. Proud of their heritage, the small batch English Wine is a commemorative nod to the local farmscapes history and surrounding community. Continuing the success of the family’s hard work and persevering farming over multiple generations, they are mindful of the changes and challenges faced. Through ambitious diversification, Radlow Hundred cautiously plan to stabilise their traditional way of life whilst protecting the landscape and championing the fruits of their labour. The small team worked hard to bring this delicious range to market. Planting vines that work well in their soil to developing the final blends, they are incredibly proud of Radlow Hundred wines and hope that you will enjoy their journey of discovery. Each bottle ignites a fond memory of the area. From their Great-Greats skating on the Wye, to the long-awaited train finally arriving in Bromyard. We all long for summers of Cricket and riverside days with family and friends. As you sip these exquisite English wines, we’ll raise a glass for all the […]
Pulp Cider is part of the Celtic Marches Beverages based near Bromyard in Herefordshire. Apples! They grow ‘em, they pick ‘em, they press ‘em! Only using cider apples grown on their farm in their delicious drops! Built on a desire to craft no-nonsense cider, PULP Cider smashes their apples the right way. Caring for their orchards for over a century, they take their families traditional skills and use them alongside modern techniques, coupled with a team of expert cider makers, they are pretty proud of what they craft. They might not take themselves too seriously but PULP Cider are very serious about their craft! The fresh-faced modern cider range already has an international customer base, their bright branding and bold attitude is a refreshing sight. Made from Herefordshire Cider apples grown on the Wyer Croft estate, these delicious drops are a true premium craft cider offering. Established in 2014 for the festival market, the brand returned to its roots, knuckled down and released a range of bottles, cans and kegs during 2020. Adapting to the market demands, PULP focuses on a non-nonsense approach, giving the people what they want; simple branding, some light humour and some insanely delicious fruit ciders […]
Wyer Croft is home to Celtic Marches. With 200 acres of cider apple orchards, developed over eight generations, they are one of the UK’s largest self-sustaining craft cider farms producing up to 3 million litres a year. The luscious, lined orchards are filled with eight cider tree varieties. Each chosen for their growth and taste profiles, blended to create their international award-winning ciders. One of the major advantages of being a family run cider maker is the control. With full control from ‘Pip to Pint’, they grow, pick and press on site, blending with precision; priding themselves on quality, provenance and traceability as well as sustainability. Awarded PGI status, you can be assured that only Herefordshire apples are used in this craft cider, they know exactly what variety of cider apples are used, how they have been cared for and how to get the best results from them. Cider production is an art form. Traditional skills and knowledge are complemented by modern techniques, from the planting, to orchard maintenance, harvest to fermentation. The family commitment to the business, top to bottom, is unquestionable. Their rare position is a result of eight generations dedication to the orchards, hop fields and most […]
Introducing Penrhos Spirits…. They are two farming families growing fruit in Herefordshire. They use the fruit that is not perfect enough for the supermarket to create their award winning gins, non alcoholic spirit and honey spiced rum. They are passionate about using everything that their farm has to offer, from the cherry blossom, wibbly wobbly fruit, to the honey produced by their amazing bees. After many discussions in the orchards Charlie and Dickie decided gin would be the perfect product to celebrate the wonderful landscape that they farm and Penrhos Spirits was born, with Connie the Spirit Still being put to good use in the converted cattle shed. A few years later Penrhos now has an award winning range. London Dry, Rhubarb, Apple and Elderflower gin and Blueberry Liqueur. They recently launched their first non alcoholic botanical spirit, Penrhos Zero Raspberry, made with their own raspberries and their first Honey Spiced Rum made with honey from their apiaries surrounding their Herefordshire cherry orchards.
Hereford Cattle Society is responsible for the registration of pedigree Hereford cattle in the UK. The Hereford is one of the oldest British native breeds of cattle, with the society founded in 1878, under the patronage of Queen Victoria. Hereford cattle have been an important part of the fabric of the Herefordshire countryside for hundreds of years. For centuries, herds have been roaming the county’s pastures producing the highest quality, free-range, grass-fed beef and the case is the same across the UK and around the world. Having occupied its city centre office since its inception in 1878, the Hereford Cattle Society’s Hereford House is one of the key landmarks of the market city. You can look out for the bull model above the society’s entrance on the corner of Offa Street and East Street. Hereford Beef is readily available in Coop, Lidl and Waitrose, and in butchers and farm shops. It is these cattle’s appetite for grass which makes Hereford Beef tender and flavoursome, while also unlocking health benefits, such as a higher levels of omega-3 content. The pastures grazed also sequester carbon, locking it into the ground. For more details about Hereford Beef, including where to purchase or dine […]
Colcombe House Cider offer an individual range of handmade CRAFT CIDERS and APPLE JUICES inspired by award winning cider maker Kier Rogers. All apples used thrive in the 8 apple orchards on the private estate of Colcombe House, a former fishing lodge located in the village of Hampton Bishop. The family farm orchards run along the banks of the River Wye and have been in the Rogers family for over 90 years. The house itself during the 18th century was owned by a successful Lancashire manufacturing family Colcombe House and retained it exclusively as their country retreat. In the 1920’s, Colcombe House was linked to record breaking catches of wild Atlantic salmon in the River Wye.
Distillery tours – Gin making workshops – Tasting sessions – Accommodation available Black Mountains Botanicals was started in 2018 by Lloyd & Glyn of the Bridge inn Michaelchurch Escley, making award winning gins which range from silky smooth cuts, to fruity Herefordshire apple blends. Shop the collection here. The Black Mountains Botanicals distillery sits in the shadow of the rugged Black Mountains, surrounded by the fields and orchards of Herefordshire, and is the perfect place for blending smooth gins, infused with natural Herefordshire flavours. You can also purchase Gift Vouchers for a bottle of award winning Gin or towards a Gin Making Experience.
Two Farmers Crisps is a delicious hand-cooked crisp brand celebrating the true flavours of Herefordshire and protecting the countryside with a 100% compostable, plastic-free crisp packet. Truly passionate about the Herefordshire countryside that has enabled them to grow award-winning potatoes, founders Sean and Mark met one night for a pint of local beer and a packet of crisps. They hatched out a plan of how to honour and celebrate these potatoes and that night the Two Farmers brand was born. Both from farming backgrounds with a strong desire to protect the countryside around them and to put Herefordshire firmly on the foodie map. Only the finest potatoes make their way into these crisp packets, varieties include Lady Claire, Lady Rosetta and Taurus because of their excellent fry colour and high quality. All potatoes are graded on the farm which keeps the road miles low. The packaging is 100% compostable and the company aims to promote Herefordshire as a county of outstanding agricultural achievement. All Two Farmers crisps are flavoured with the finest locally sourced ingredients. Available in standard 40g, sharing 150g and 500g Tins for family picnics and catering. Visit the website for all the flavours and information on […]
Gattertop Drinks: artisan, award winning spirits made with organically grown fruits and botanics from Herefordshire orchards and hedgerows. ‘Gemma spent a childhood sampling orchard fruits in their orchards at Gattertop in Herefordshire, which was the inspiration behind creating delicious vodka drinks. Benefitting from an abundance of home-grown produce at the historic family farm of Gattertop, Gemma experimented with various spirits until she found the award-winning recipes. It was a glut of the delicious damsons from the orchards at Gattertop each summer that inspired the creation of the brand. Production increased from litre bottles and demi-johns to full size barrels and moved from the kitchen to a barn on the farm – and the first product – Damson No. 12 vodka liqueur was born. Since then Gemma identified a gap in the botanical vodka market as an alternative to gin. When Damson No 12 was entered into the Great Taste Awards it was immediately awarded two stars in its first year. It has subsequently won multiple awards and is still made to the same recipe in the same careful way. In 2020, Gemma created a new product. Botanic No 7 which tells the same orchard story, and brings a collection of […]
Gun Dog Gin produces small-batch, hand-crafted gin liqueurs using fruit locally grown in Herefordshire, blended with British gin. Treat yourself to these deliciously smooth and aromatic gin liqueurs for a true taste of Herefordshire. The full range includes Raspberry, Rhubarb, Damson, Blackcurrant and Quince, and all can be enjoyed neat as a small measure or over ice. Mix any flavour with soda or lemonade for a longer, refreshing drink or even add to a glass of your favourite fizz! These beautiful bottles, bursting with Herefordshire fruit, can be found in farm shops, delis and in specialist wine and spirit suppliers across the UK. Buy direct from www.gundoggin.co.uk
Silver Circle Distillery produce handmade craft spirits in the Monmouthshire village of Catbrook, deep in the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The distillery launched in June 2019 with the aim of developing an exciting spirits brand that uses local ingredients in unique products that are synonymous with the Wye Valley. A Welsh distillery, proud to be part of a growing scene of craft spirits producers in Wales.
Taste Herefordshire feels passionately about their beautiful county and offers a fantastic Herefordshire food and drink experience. The Taste Herefordshire website brings many producers together giving consumers the opportunity to shop a wide variety of Herefordshire products in a single delivery direct to your door. Herefordshire has a long and rich heritage of food and drink pioneers and producers stretching back over centuries. More recent times have seen the emergence of a new and exciting generation of specialist food producers offering a wide range of innovative and traditional products aimed at food and drink lovers who value the passion, craft and dedication which make their produce so special. Taste Herefordshire share the stories behind its food and drink makers and the products they produce. If you’re not lucky enough to already live in Herefordshire they’ll try and tempt you to visit again or if you’ve not been here before to come and discover all that this amazing county has to offer. The Taste website enables you to: Discover the amazing variety of food and drink products Herefordshire has to offer through a simple “one click” shopping experience. Browse through the wonderful producer stories and find out more about the unique […]
Enjoy a guided tour of Wythall Estate’s Vineyard followed by a tutored wine tasting in the Manor house. South Herefordshire has an excellent grape-growing environment, and the Wythall Estate near Ross-on-Wye provides a wonderful experience to understand more about the wine-making process and of course the growing and harvesting of these special vines. Vineyard tours and tutored wine tastings take place on Saturdays throughout the year. Each tour is a maximum of 25 people and pre‑booking is required. Groups are welcome and group organisers should contact the estate by email to discuss available dates. The Vineyard Tour Arrive at 12.00 noon for a walking tour of the Vineyard with Frank. He will talk about the grape varieties grown at Wythall Estate, the pruning methods used and explain about the vine management from planting through to harvesting. Frank will also share his knowledge of growing, maintaining and harvesting the grape varieties chosen, all of which perfectly suit the English climate and are now producing Wythall’s unique and award‑winning wines. Wine Tasting Following the tour of the vineyard, owner Jamie McIntyre will welcome the group into the dining room at Wythall Manor. Guests will be able to taste all the wines currently […]
Leominster’s Swan Brewery was set up in 2015 by Jimmy Swan, a brewer of over 25 years’ experience, with the aim to brew classic beer styles exceptionally well. The brewery is 10 barrels in size, a microbrewery, which means each batch is 2,880 pints of expertly brewed ale. Raw materials are chosen with care: about 85% of the hops used are grown in Herefordshire or Worcestershire; the brewing grain is grown in the east of England; a unique strain of yeast is used which is propagated and harvested each time. Swan Brewery ales include their flagship Swan Gold 4.0%, refreshing golden ale, Ruffled Feathers 3.8% crisp, bright ale and Swan Blonde 3.7% Herefordshire hopped blonde ale. Look out for seasonal specials such as Black Swan 4.5% roasted coffee stout; Swan on the Wye 4.2% pale summer ale; Lemner Ore 4.1% deep golden ale and Winter Swanderland 4.8% warming winter ale. Their range of bottled ales has Arm Breaker IPA 6.0% quintessential English IPA topping the tree. Customers for Swan Brewery cask ales are pubs, clubs, festivals and events in Herefordshire and neighbouring counties. They also offer party beer in 9, 18 or 36 pint packs for celebrations and events. The […]
Chase Distillery is a family owned, British Field to Bottle distillery, creating fine spirits from their farm in Herefordshire. They set up their business in 2008 to challenge the status quo in the white spirits industry. If people are interested in the terroir for their wine or the barrel aging for their whisky, then why shouldn’t they be interested in how their white spirits have been crafted? Why Chase? Well, they grow British Potatoes which they distil into Chase Vodka and then blend or redistil into their range of spirits, including Chase GB Gin. The Chase family have a passion for farming and distil from scratch, taking 250 glorious Herefordshire potatoes to make every bottle. The quality of Chase’s products isn’t by chance. It takes meticulous dedication, craftsmanship and passion from the team. This approach, entirely from field to bottle, really makes Chase different and it is something you can taste in their spirits. Browse Chase Distillery’s Field to Bottle spirits here. Why not visit Chase Distillery, just four miles from Hereford City centre, where you can unlock some of the secrets and skills that go into creating their award-winning range of spirits on one of their unique tour and […]
If you are considering something different, look no further than the exclusive tours around the British Cassis farm in Herefordshire. The tours will provide interest and just a little taste of this delicious liqueur. The estate is set in the rolling fields of Herefordshire where White Heron Properties grow 150 acres of blackcurrants, some of it destined for British Cassis. Whittern Farms, near Kington in North Herefordshire is where British Cassis was born and is still made today. The tour includes the following: Walk through the Blackcurrant fields and the farm, tasting the fruits at their freshest (during the summer months only) whilst drinking in the fresh air and tranquillity of beautiful north Herefordshire. Visit the small Cassiserie where you will be taken through the steps of manufacture. Bottle your own Cassis which you will take home with you at the end of the day. Enjoy a cocktail demonstration and sample the results. Hear how founder and farmer Jo Hilditch manages a vibrant fruit farm and drinks business (amongst other pursuits) and how she battled Dragons on the road to success! Have the opportunity to buy gifts and stock up your drinks cabinet with this deliciously versatile product. Tour costs: […]
Two bakers. One professional, one novice. Brought together through a passion for Real Bread and a mission to share it with the local community. Peter Cook was Head Baker at Price & Sons in Ludlow for over 20 years, winning Best Speciality Loaf at the Baking Industry Awards and many other top industry awards. Shona Kelly, a former marketer in London, swapped the city for the country and an office for a bakery. A home-baker turned pro, learning on the job as she went. They opened their doors in March 2014 and have since won several Awards, including the top prize at the World Bread Awards and Best Food Producer at the Visit Herefordshire Awards for Excellence for the past two years. You’ll find no added nonsense in their loaves. Just four ingredients – organic flour, water, yeast (mostly wild) and sea salt. Flavour is developed naturally, with each loaf made slowly by hand over two-three days. This long fermentation provides you with a hearty, nutritious loaf that is easy to digest. Their best-selling ‘Ledbury Loaf’ is three days in the making and makes great toast for up to a week. You’ll find their bread and pastries on the shelves […]
Myrtle’s Kitchen is a small company which is big with flavour, creating new & exciting preserves that wake up the taste buds. All made traditionally by hand but with a contemporary twist. Using local knowledge and producer network to pick up the finest, freshest ingredients. It’s all about the personal touch with Myrtle’s Kitchen. “Mad as March Hares”. You have to be a little bit bonkers to be in the Myrtle’s crew who work hard, and laugh hard. Every day in their Herefordshire based kitchen is a joy, especially as if you walk out of the door you have a spectacular view of the Malvern Hills. Life doesn’t get much better. Myrtle’s Kitchen did start with a mango and making copious amounts of the now award winning mango chutney for friends and family. That was in 2014 and now they have a diverse range which continues to grow in number and sells from delicatessens to farm shops.
Rowlestone Farmhouse ice cream embraces the diversified enterprises that have evolved on a small family run dairy farm in the foothills of the Black Mountains of Herefordshire. Whilst the handmade ice cream is at the core of the business the ‘open farm’ and the small exempted campsite are integral to the whole and complement each other. The farm opens at Easter until the end of September. Visitors can access play areas and a woodland adventure trail via a wildlife garden, walk through ancient semi-natural woodland and flower meadows taking in the wonderful views this landscape affords. Campers are provided with clean, well maintained and up to date wash and shower facilities. Grass Pitches are provided either with or without electricity. Well behaved dogs are welcome. The ice cream parlour shows off the products made in the adjacent ‘production room’ ;a process which can be viewed most Wednesdays and Thursdays throughout the summer. Light lunches, snacks , tea, coffee and cold drinks are also provided. Many events are attended throughout the summer months; shows, fetes, fund raisers and food festivals with Ice cream and sorbet dispensed either from a cart or traditional serve overs. Private functions and weddings may also be […]
Orgasmic Cider Company: Craft Cider & Perry makers The Orgasmic Cider Company is a family business & working farm based at Great Parton Farm in the beautiful Wye Valley, Herefordshire. Growing, harvesting and producing Cider, Perry & Fruit Juice using traditional methods. Once pressed the pure juice is fermented in barrels and bottled when ready, with no artificial preservatives or additives, which is why it tastes so good. You are welcome to visit the shop and take an orchard walk (weather permitting) combined with cider & perry tasting, In the shop you can TRY BEFORE YOU BUY! Plus there are lots of other local goodies such as cassis, liquers, local ales and hand-made crafts. Coach parties and groups are welcome to visit by arrangement , to avoid disappointment please call in advance to ensure they are open, as the family are busy farming too! There is also a venue barn for hire, which is suitable for informal, rustic parties and events. There is a reconstructed, original cider mill which had been removed and discarded in a field in 1954, this is the first thing you will see as you arrive at Great Parton Farm. FB: GreatPartonFarm Twitter: OrgasmicCiderCo Instagram: The Orgasmic Cider Company
Frome Valley Vineyard is set amongst the orchards and hop yards of Herefordshire’s Frome Valley. Come and enjoy the taste of our vineyard in a guided tour and tasting. Just outside Bishops Frome, we are tucked into a beautiful, south-facing sweep of the River Frome. The clay loam of Herefordshire creates a fantastic “terroir” for our grapes and we are able to make award-winning, delicious still and sparkling wines. We are also making a stunning aromatic and smooth brandy from our own grapes as well! The guided tour will take you through the model vineyard which demonstrates why different kinds of trellising works in different parts of the world. We move onto the main vineyard and discuss the highs and lows of bringing in a grape harvest every year! Then it’s back to the winery to taste what is currently in the shop and end up with an opportunity to pick what you would like to take home to enjoy at leisure! The vineyard was established in the early 1990s and the vine varieties reflect what was available at the time. As the years pass, the maturity of the wine they make has developed as well. The making of English […]
Hop Pocket Shopping Village is a vast amazing and unique collection of independent shops. The Hop Pocket shopping village offers a welcome change to characterless out-of-town locations and an alternative to the High Street. Set on a large site at the base of Fromes Hill on the Herefordshire/Worcestershire border, it is a real year-round destination where you will always find a huge range of shops and great gifts. it is the perfect venue for meeting friends, a family day out or simply an indulgent day-trip, ample onsite parking makes this an easily accessible location for a full day out and a most enjoyable way to take home something different. First started as a small shop in 1988, the gift shop is now twenty times its original size. An ‘Aladdin’s Cave’ or ‘Little Harrods’ with a large range of items, from handmade crafts to gifts of all sizes and value. You can even buy your very own Hop Garland or have one delivered! The Food Hall stocks fine and wonderful things to eat and drink, with a focus on amazing local suppliers including free range eggs, meat, chocolate, fudge, crisps and ice cream complementing the local preserves, beer, cider, wines, […]
Visit Hereford’s Cider Museum and explore the story of traditional cider making. Learn how the apples were milled and pressed and how the resulting juice was fermented to produce cider. Herefordshire is world famous for its cider and here is a wonderful way to discover its history and the traditions of how it was made, right through to the modern day. A tour of the Museum reveals the history of cidermaking and visitors have the opportunity of walking through original champagne cider cellars and viewing a cooper’s workshop, vat house and cider making memorabilia. View a rare collection of engraved English Lead Crystal cider glasses dating from the 18th century onwards and a collection of 19th century watercolours which were commissioned in 1865 to produce the Herefordshire Pomona – a book illustrating the different varieties of apples and pears grown. Group visits are welcome including school groups and research facilities are available by appointment. GIFT SHOP & TEAROOM – Browse the gift shop with its abundance of cider and perries, along with Hereford Cider Brandy and locally produced gin, vodka and liqueurs as well as a selection of preserves, confectionery, books and individual gift ideas. A tea room is available […]
At The Crown Inn, Charismatic landlord, Matt Slocombe, ensures a warm, convivial atmosphere in country style surroundings, with room for larger parties as well as cosy tables for two. The Crown is so much more than a local village pub sitting at the heart of its community, it is a destination for visitors who enjoy good local ales, an excellent range of Herefordshire’s regional ciders and a hearty seasonal menu that includes pub classics as well as modern restaurant dishes. Ideally located for walkers in the area who just want to whet their whistle, or a family lunch or supper to enjoy fresh locally sourced produce whenever possible. This is a place where you don’t have to stand on ceremony but where a special occasion will also be just that. Look out for their themed curry nights, seasonal tasting menus and Sunday Lunch cooked as it should be – the Herefordshire way.
Discover award-winning ciders at Westons Cider Mill Westons Cider Mill has been lovingly produced in the Herefordshire village of Much Marcle for nearly 140 years and is still independently owned by the same family. Find out how the cider magic happens with a tour and tutored tasting experience. Enter the courtyard and converted farm buildings and you’ll find the Scrumpy House Restaurant, Orchard Tea Rooms and Cider Shop; the place to begin a tour. See inside the award-winning mill and gain a unique insight into the craft of cider making with an expert guide. Tours run daily at 11am, 12.30pm, 2pm and 3.30pm and can be tailored to suit any party size. Learn about the history of this 5th generation business and see inside one of the industries’ largest oak vat houses. Finish off with a cider tasting and browse the variety of delicious ciders on offer. Enjoy dining in the Scrumpy House Restaurant, situated in a former cattle shed that offers plenty of rustic charm with a true taste of Herefordshire. To book a table or make an enquiry please call 01531 660626. There is also the Orchard Tearoom serving hot and cold drinks and plenty of picnic options […]
Ty Gwyn Cider is a multi award winning craft cider company Founded in the Monnow Valley in Monmouthshire by cider apple grower and acclaimed fruit farmer James McConnel in 2007. Ty Gwyn Cider has quickly gained an outstanding reputation and today is one of the foremost craft cider producers in the country. Sold in many of the UK’s leading restaurants and gastropubs and in Waitrose, who deemed Ty Gwyn the perfect cider for their ‘local produce scheme’. Ty Gwyn cider is not made from concentrate, only the finest cider apples carefully sourced from the best growers. It is naturally fermented for a minimum of six months. If you know your cider you will know that an increasingly small amount of cider producers can make these claims for their cider. The team are incredibly proud of this and feel sure that customers will and can taste the difference. Supporters have included wine expert Oz Clarke, Alex Polizzi who said in her ‘Little Black Book of Hotels’ that “you’ll be hard pushed to find a tastier cider than Ty Gwyn”TV, presenters Kate Humble and Jenni Crane and top chefs Angela Hartnett, Stephen Terry, Simon King, Shaun Hill and Valentine Warner. Trade enquiries welcome and […]
Your Country department store – Oakchurch near Hereford. With over 90 local suppliers, Oakchurch Farm Shop at Staunton-on-Wye is a veritable culinary showcase for a true ‘Taste of Herefordshire’. The family owned and run business is proud to support fellow local farmers, growers and food and drinks producers. You’ll find an awesome food hall with butchery, deli and greengrocer, an amazing garden and plant centre, fashion, handbags, jewellery & watches, homeware, toys, gifts, a popular restaurant, homeware, cookshop and even cleaning materials. Oakchurch Farm Shop really does have everything you need all under one roof for a great day out. The Oakchurch farm supplies the butchery with their own melt-in-the-mouth award winning beef and a selection of soft fruit and vegetables and the cooks in the Oakchurch kitchens lovingly hand-make delicious ready-made meals, award winning pies, sausage rolls, scotch eggs, roulades, treacle tarts, yummy cakes and more. It’s no wonder the food hall at Oakchurch Farm Shop is fondly know by the locals as the ‘Harrods of Herefordshire.’ Of course, its the strawberries that Oakchurch Farm Shop is most famous for. That’s how it all started, and they’ve been growing them on the farm since 1970! Don’t forget to try […]