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Customers may have noticed a new face on the butchery counter in the past couple of weeks. Jamie, (known to us all as Torch), has worked as a ...
In late July we installed a new till system in both the café and the shop. This has been an epic task and we thank you for your ...
Elsie is the new cover girl on our Farm Shop & Cafe flyers. We’ve produced new literature for all the businesses so do take a look when you ...
Roquefort is a blue, raw sheep’s milk cheese. The milk comes from the Lacuane, Manech and Basco-Bearnaise breed of sheep and is made in the Midi Pyrenees. Our Roquefort ...
Supper in the Cafe before the Petworth Festival Concert in Easebourne Church. On Tuesday 28th July Petworth Festival’s concert ‘The Society of Strange & Ancient Instruments – The ...
Our Cheese of the Month is St James. It’s made by Martin Gott, one of the best young cheesemakers in Britain. He and his partner Nicola Robinson make ...
New Supplier to the Shop – Querubi They make a wonderful French Premium Extra Virgin Olive Oil. It’s Single Estate, 100% pure without the use of chemicals using ...
Spring is here and what better time to enjoy a Cream Tea at Cowdray. Our scones are baked daily in our kitchen and are served with delicious Riverford ...
We’ve a new range of delicious locally made chocolates on sale in the Shop. Midhurst based chocolatiers Noble and Stace are supplying us with a range of chocolates ...
Tymsboro is made at Sleight Farm just south of Bath where Mary Holbrook and her herd of goats have long been pioneering the artisan craft of British cheese ...
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