High Street, Wendover, HP22 6DU
Tel: 01296 623056
All products sold are grown, reared, caught, brewed, pickled, baked, smoked or processed by the stallholder, drawn from a 35 / 50 mile radius of Wendover. On average there are around 24 stalls, giving a comprehensive range of food types, including flour from Wren Davis, and local honey. Other locally-made non-food items are present. 3rd Saturday of each month 10–1.
Rockwell End House Farm, Hambleden,
Tel: 01491 571347
All we sell is from our own farm: free-range eggs, honey, free-range pork and pork products (fresh Fri-Wed, frozen always available); plus a variety of vegetables (potatoes, tomatoes, asparagus, cucumbers, peppers etc) according to season. Buy from our small farm shop, open daily 9-6, or Beaconsfield and Maidenhead Farmers Markets.
30 High Street, Watlington, OX49 5PY
Tel: 01491 613585
The Granary is, at heart, a cheese shop stocking over 150 varieties, from UK farmhouse producers, as well as a fine range of Continental cheese. We also source many fine and award-winning foods from speciality food producers, most of which are not stocked in supermarkets. Produce is sourced locally where possible – breads and croissants from bakers in Oxfordshire, cheeses from Berkshire, cakes home-baked 3 miles away, wines from Brightwell Vineyard in Wallingford, bread flours from Wantage, plus honey, and quince preserves, from Watlington itself.
Mill House, Spurlands End Road, Great Kingshill, HP15 6PF
Tel: 01494 716379
Home-produced honey. Please phone in advance to check availability.
Peterley Lane, Prestwood, HP16 0HH
Tel: 01494 863566
The farm uses traditional farming methods where possible, growing produce for our shop and ‘Pick Your Own’. It has always been our aim to sell direct to the public ensuring that locals can buy quality, fresh, value-for-money produce. The shop stocks a very wide range of products sourced from our own farm (much of the fruit and vegetables, plus freshly-pressed apple juice), or from other, mostly local, producers (free range eggs, honey, traditional jams, marmalades and chutneys, hand-made meringues and cakes, ice cream, English cheese and ham and dry cured bacon and much much more). The ‘Pick Your Own’ season begins in June with strawberries, gooseberries and broad beans continuing until October with a wide selection of fruit and vegetables including raspberries, cherries, blackcurrants, peas, spinach, beetroot, plums, carrots, apples and runner beans. Telephone for crop availability. There is also a plant nursery. Open Tue-Sat 8.30-5, Sun 9-1.
Stonor, RG9 6HE
Tel: 01491 639039 Web: http://www.thequincetree.com
The Quince Tree is a shop, café, pub, restaurant and meeting space in Stonor, a pretty village on the outskirts of Henley on Thames. The Quince Tree celebrates local wherever possible and believes in supporting local farms, small holdings and artisan producers who take pride in what they make. Local produce is at the heart of our menus and our shop is bursting with local and British artisan foods including: summer honey from Brightwell (Oxon), mustards from Witney (Oxon), cheeses from Wokingham (Berks) and chocolates from Henley (Oxon) alongside speciality items carefully sourced from further afield. The Quince Tree offers delicious food, an inspiring setting and a warm welcome throughout. Open all day Tue-Sun, check website for details; closed Monday.
Hitcham House Farm, Lent Rise Road, Burnham, SL1 7AD
Tel: 01628 666678 / 07747 025249 Web: www.hitchamdairyicecream.com
Our ice cream, in a selection of delicious flavours, is home-produced using fresh milk from our own Ayrshire cows, local free-range eggs, fresh cream and natural flavourings. We also make our own cakes, and ice cream cakes are a speciality. All are available from our farm shop, along with locally-produced jams, chutneys, honey, eggs, Terrick Beef products and more. Open Tue-Thu 1.30-5.30, Fri-Sat 11.30-5.30, Sun 11.30-4, but only Fri afternoon and Sat-Sun in winter.
Windsor End, The Old Town, Beaconsfield, HP9 2JJ
Tel: 01628 670272 Web: www.tvfm.org.uk/market/4/beaconsfield/
Beaconsfield Farmers Market has gained a reputation as one of the most successful markets in the Thames Valley, with a strong local following. Now in its ninth year of operation, it offers a diverse range of produce, from locally reared meat and poultry to baked goods, speciality breads, award winning cheeses and fine wines. Also available according to season are fresh fish and shellfish, plants and cut flowers, fruit and vegetables. See website for list of attendees. 4th Saturday of each month 9-12.30.
Community Room, Bourne End Library, Wakeman Road, Bourne End, SL8 5SX
Tel: 07989 716635
Choose from a wide range of home-baked goods and ready-meals, honey, jams and chutneys, meat, eggs, dairy, fruit, vegetables and plants sourced by www.purely-local.co.uk (weekly home delivery available) and by local producers from own gardens and allotments. BECMARK also features hand-made local crafts, a pitch for local community groups/residents, a local charity raffle and much more. Refreshments available. Opportunities for producers and crafts not yet featured – call Rosie as above. 2nd Saturday of each month 10-1.