We sell a wide range of items in the farm shop. Including:
Raw and Cooked Meats Homemade Pies - made on the premises. Local Cheeses.
All beef used throughout the Farm & Coffee shop is from our own farms. Lamb is sourced from Durham & Northumberland. Pigs are sourced from North Yorkshire
Some of our other suppliers include: J R Jams - distinctive, soft set jams, curds, marmalades and chutneys are freshly prepared by hand in small batches, using the best of ingredients. These artisan jams, with no additives and high fruit content are enjoyed by many discerning jam lovers.
Carrolls Heritage Potatoes - At Tiptoe Farm in the beautiful River Till Valley in Northumberland, North East England, we grow over 17 varieties of Heritage Potatoes. Each one specially grown to provide you with gourmet eating qualities - excellent flavours, textures, colours, shapes, and a taste of history.
Chain Bridge Honey Farm - Our honey and beeswax comes from 1,800 colonies of bees situated throughout the north Northumberland and the Scottish Borders. The hives themselves are crafted at the honey farm and transported by Willie Robson and his son, Stephen, to fields of borage, beans, oil seed rape and clover in the spring, and are moved to the heather in late summer.
Northumberland Cheese Company - The Northumberland Cheese Company was established in 1984 by Mark Robertson in the green tranquillity of the Rede Valley, which once sheltered the infamous Border Reivers of centuries gone by. Our first cheese, Redesdale, handmade from ewes' milk at our Elsdon Hill Farm, was such a success with the locals that word soon spread, and as our cheese range expanded to include fine cows' and goats' milk cheese, national and indeed international accolades began to pour in.
Carol Peacock Village Farm - Morden Blue & Creamy Camembert Cheeses from Sedgefield.