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Farm Shops in Somerset

Farm Shops in Somerset, find the best that Somerset has to offer.

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Farringtons Farm Shop

Farringtons Farm Shop

At Farrington’s, we’ve always made sure our farm shop sells the finest organic vegetables from the 400-acre farmland around us. Cabbages, leeks, potatoes, carrots and so much more is harvested straight from the fields. You can’t get any fresher than that.

Location: Farringham Gurney, Somerset

Dragon Willow Farm

Dragon Willow Farm

Dragon Willows Farm is situated beneath Glastonbury Tor, on the Somerset moorlands. Our farm is a smallholding and much more, it's a complete way of life. The farm consists of 8 acres made up of meadows, vegetable/fruit beds, farm buildings and a small family home. We have created an eco, animal, and food friendly, self-sustaining smallholding selling a range of local fresh foods.

Location: Glastonbury, Somerset

North Perrott Fruit Farm

North Perrott Fruit Farm

Location: Crewkerne, Somerset

Wookey Farm

Wookey Farm

Our lovely British Toggenburg goats produce deliciously creamy milk which is ideal for cheese making. Sarah has been developing a range of cheeses as well as the bottled Whole milk and a lovely strained Greek style plain yoghurt.

Location: Wells, Somerset

Pitney Farm Shop

Pitney Farm Shop

Our farm is called Glebe Farm. We farm 90 acres of organic mixed livestock and arable land. Also, in summer our animals graze on 40 acres of lush pasture on the Somerset Levels. It has been farmed by the Walrond family for over 200 years with three generations involved on the farm today. We converted the farm to organic production in 1999 and have been farming organically ever since. We are licensed growers and processors with the Soil Association.

Location: Langport, Somerset

Hectors Farm Shop

Hectors Farm Shop

Hector’s Farm Shop is at the heart of pretty Wedmore, one of Somerset’s most sought-aftervillages.

Location: Wedmore, Somerset

Thurloxton Fruit Growers

Thurloxton Fruit Growers

The Quick family have farmed in Thurloxton, on the foothills of the Quantocks, for most of the last century, growing wheat, barley and oilseeds, and running a flock of sheep. In 1973 the Pick Your Own was started with the help of neighbouring farmer John Case, with one acre of strawberries. Since then it has grown to meet increasing demand and we now produce a wide range of fruit and vegetables on 25 acres of rich, red, soil.

Location: Taunton, Somerset

Avalon Vineyard

Avalon Vineyard

Avalon Vineyard is situated on the site of a historic vineyard near Glastonbury and was started from scratch by myself, Hugh Tripp, and my wife, Hilary. Starting on just half an acre in 1981, our first wines won awards in national competitions. Encouraged, we bought more land to expand plantings and build our own winery. From the start we were committed to organic principles. This was facilitated by our choice of resistant ‘hybrid’ varieties of vine that do not need to be sprayed with fungicide (which is something that happens even in many organic vineyards).

Location: Shepton Mallet, Somerset

Kimber's Farm Shop

Kimber's Farm Shop

Here at Kimbers' Farm Shop we sell the very best meat and local produce, ensuring our customers get the highest quality possible. Our family have been farming the same land for over 300 years and run a mixed stock farm, with welfare being our top priority.

Location: Wincanton, Somerset

New Cross Fruit Farm

New Cross Fruit Farm

New Cross Fruit Farm has been a specialist fruit farm run by the Hebditch family since 1948. William and Liz are the second generation here.

Location: South Petherton, Somerset

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