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Cheese of the Month

Isle of Mull In 1979 Jeff and Chris Reade moved from Somerset to Sgriob-ruadh (pronounced ‘Ski-Brua’) a derelict farm just outside the small town of Tobermory on the ...

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Local honey

Dave Pegler works for Cowdray Parks and Gardens department. He keeps bees on his small mixed orchard at his home near Chichester where he leaves his bees plenty ...

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Loyalty Card

Some eagle eyed customers have spotted reference to our loyalty card on their receipts. We can now unveil our new loyalty card scheme which goes live this month ...

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Cowdray E-Coffee Cup

Cowdray E-Coffee Cup

Enjoy your daily hot drink in a Cowdray reusable E-Coffee Cup. Buy your Cowdray Cup from Café for £10.00 which includes a take away coffee from the Café. ...

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Cheese of the Month

Cheese of the Month

We’re focusing on two sheep’s milk cheeses this month. Wigmore, made by Anne and Andy Wigmore in Berkshire from pasteurised milk which has a ‘bloomy’ rind and St ...

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Wild Nutrition – Pop Up Clinic

Wild Nutrition – Pop Up Clinic

Ever wondered how you should be eating, which supplements you could be taking or what is really at the root of your health niggles? Come and join Wild ...

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New season olive oil

New season olive oil

New harvest Querubi Extra Virgin Olive Oil has arrived in store. It’s produced without the help of any chemical products. This wonderfully grassy premium olive oil, which should ...

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Cheese of the Month

Cheese of the Month

We’ve two cheeses this month – Stichelton and Colston Bassett. Stichelton is one of the very few unpasteurised English blue cheeses. It is made by Joe Schneider using ...

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Christmas Trees

Christmas Trees

Once again our supplier of Christmas Trees is Santa Fir, a family run business who provide the indoor tree and Christmas wreath for 10 Downing Street. We have ...

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Cheese of the Month

Cheese of the Month

Cheshire is one of the oldest recorded named cheeses in British history: it is first mentioned, along with a Shropshire cheese, by Thomas Muffett in Health’s Improvement (c.1580). Appleby’s Cheshire has ...

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