Marlow Community Market

Liston Hall, Chapel Street, Marlow, SL7 1DD
Tel:                               Web: www.transitionmarlow.org
An indoor market, a hub for local producers, with a good mixture of
stall-holders, from established food producers to individuals selling
home-made jams and cakes. Also artists and craftspeople, and other local services. Last Saturday of each month 9.30-1. For further information or to book a pitch, please contact Julia Lockwood at
ttmcommunitymarket@gmail.com .

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Ten Mile Menu

 

Spring Coppice Cottage, Spring Coppice Lane, Speen, HP27 0SU

Tel: 01494 489836  Web: www.tenmilemenu.com

Our “local online supermarket” works with some of the finest producers in South Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire to offer you an outstanding selection of free-range and rare-breed beef, pork and lamb, seasonally caught local game, award-winning pies, sausages, vegetables, dairy produce, eggs, cakes, jams and chutneys, all delivered to your doorstep. Free delivery within 10 mile radius for orders over £30.

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Timpsons Smallholding Limited

39 Mill Road, Stokenchurch, HP14 3TP
Tel: 07870 755981
From our smallholding we supply free-range chickens and ducks and rare-breed pork. Geese and turkeys are also available at Christmas. We produce our own delicious and unusual sausages; plus jams and chutneys from garden-grown produce. We attend Marlow Country Fayre and Princes Risborough Food and Crafts Market, or order direct by phone or e-mail timpsonssmallholding@hotmail.co.uk

 

Sam’s Country Jams and Chutneys

1 Beaconsfield View, Gregory Road, Hedgerley, SL2 3XR
Tel 01753 646511 / 07725 747772
I specialise in home-made jams and chutneys. Most of the ingredients I
have grown, foraged or sourced locally. I have just started showing at craft fairs and hope to expand further. Please phone in advance. I can also deliver locally.

Waltham Place Farm

Church Hill, White Waltham, SL6 3JH
Tel: 01628 825517
Web: www.walthamplace.com
Waltham Place is certified by both the Soil Association and Demeter, the bio-dynamic association. We have a farm shop, which only sells our own produce, grown and reared on the estate. This includes organic meat, sausages and bacon; vegetables; jams and chutneys; and wool from our Jacob and Castlemilk Moorit sheep! The farm shop and tea- room are open June to September, Tue-Fri 10-4. During the rest of the year, a collection veg bag scheme and meat is available by arrangement with the estate office, and we also attend Beaconsfield and Maidenhead Farmers Markets. School visits welcome by appointment.

Chesham Local Produce Market

Market Square, Chesham, HP5 1ES
Tel: 01494 774842
Web: www.chesham.gov.uk/market/chesham_market.aspx
Winner of the 2011 National Market Traders Federation “How Green is your Market?” Award. Sample and buy fine quality food and drink from local producers within 10 miles of the town. Produce on offer includes cheese, meat, fruit juice, vegetables, oil, plants, cakes, preserves and wine. It’s a fantastic opportunity to try the local produce on your doorstep. Organised by Chesham Town Council and Transition Town Chesham. 4th Saturday of each month from 10am.

Healthright

27 High Street, Chesham, HP5 1BG
Tel: 01494 771267
Web: www.healthright.co.uk
We are a health-food shop stocking a range of locally-sourced foods, including eggs from Seer Green, honey from Bledlow, rapeseed oil from Tring, Chiltern Ridge apple juice from Chesham, various preserves from Watlington.

Little Chalfont Farmers Market

Village Hall Car Park, Cokes Lane, Little Chalfont, HP8 4UD
Tel: 01494 763426
Web: www.tvfm.org.uk/market/69/little+chalfont/
On our stalls we have fresh meat including rare breeds, cheese and dairy, breads, free range eggs, cakes, fresh fish, and sundries including specialist chilli sauces and oils. All our members are accredited by our parent organisation, Thames Valley Farmers’ Market Cooperative. Our raison d’etre is ‘Fresh food, locally produced.’ 2nd Saturday of each month 9-1.

Seasons Café Deli

6 Market Square, Old Amersham, HP7 ODQ
Tel: 01494 728070
Web: www.seasons-cafe-deli.com
A café, deli and takeaway selling a wide variety of foods and produce. We source from over 150 suppliers, a great many of them independent and from the local area. Our emphasis is on seasonality and quality, so our café has a varying menu, including daily specials. Open daily 8-6. We also offer an outside catering service.

Needful Foods

Old Red Lion, 62 High Street, Great Missenden, HP16 0AU
Tel: 01494 866422
Web: www.needfulfoods.com
Delicatessen and off-licence providing a wide range of quality products, including a fair number sourced locally. Independent family firm.

Princes Risborough Country Market

Market Square, Princes Risborough,
HP27 0BD
Tel: 01844 347230
web: www.buckscountrymarkets.co.uk
Our co-operative of producers offers you traditional home-baking and preserves, freshly picked locally grown seasonal garden produce, plants and flowers, free range eggs, honey, creative crafts and knitwear. Under the Market House, every Thursday 9.30-12.30. Closed January. Also see Princes Risborough Food and Crafts Market.

Princes Risborough Food and Crafts Market

High Street, Princes Risborough, HP27 0BD
Tel: 07761 582937
Web: www.wycombe.gov.uk/council-services/business/markets.aspx
The market seeks to bring a variety of products to you, many from local producers: recent markets have included bread and cakes, cheese, meat, olive oil, handmade crafts and cards, plants and lots more. Normally 3rd
Sunday of each month 10-2. Also see Princes Risborough Country Market.

The Chiltern Brewery

Nash Lee Road, Terrick, HP17 0TQ
Tel: 01296 613647
Web: www.chilternbrewery.co.uk
The Chiltern Brewery is the oldest independent brewery in the Chilterns. With 30 years’ experience and innovation in brewing fine ales, our family-run business combines age-old brewing methods using 100% British ingredients. We have also developed a wide range of high quality products which complement our beers. Many of these, such as freshly baked bread, chocolates, cheese, mustard, marmalade, fudge and fruit cake are made by local producers, using our beer. We also offer a wide range of fruit preserves, local honey and our own beef sausages, plus ciders, wines, liqueurs and cordials. Buy online, or from the Brewery Shop open open Mon-Thu and Sat 9-5, Fri 9-7. Our bottled and draught beers and other products can also be found in many local stockists.

Quince Products Ltd

Watcombe Manor, Ingham Lane, Watlington, OX49 5EB
Tel: 01491 614664
Web: www.quinceproducts.co.uk
We specialise in handmade quince jellies, marmalades, chutney and fruit cheeses. Our products are handmade in small batches using no added preservatives, and are sometimes combined with other fruits creating a delicious balance of flavours and taste. Quinces are sourced from the UK whenever possible, and our products have won many food awards. Our website has a recipe section containing ideas for getting the most out of quince products. Products can be purchased on-line, and via many local and some national outlets (see website); we also attend Beaconsfield Farmers Market, plus exhibitions and shows.

 

The Granary Delicatessen

30 High Street, Watlington, OX49 5PY
Tel: 01491 613585
Web: www.granarydeli.co.uk
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.

West Wycombe Community Library

Swan Yard, High Street, West Wycombe,
HP14 3AE
Tel: 01494 449958
Web: www.westwycombelibrary.org.uk
Our community-run library also features a tea shop serving tea, coffee and homemade cakes, plus cream teas on summer Sunday afternoons. Jams and marmalades made in the village are also sold. We’re open for at least part of every day – check website for details.

Rebellion Beer Co

Bencombe Farm, Marlow Bottom, SL7 3LT
Tel: 01628 476594
Web: www.rebellionbeer.co.uk
Opened in 1993, we produce high quality distinctive real ales using traditional brewing techniques, reviving Marlow’s illustrious brewing tradition. 3 regular real ales, 4 seasonal beers, and one-off monthly brews are available from the Brewery Shop open Mon-Sat 8-7; from other local outlets; and from selected pubs and restaurants within a 30 mile radius of Marlow. Brewery tours take place on the first Tuesday of each month, and a Membership Scheme offers discounts and other benefits. The Brewery Shop also sells a wide range of other foodstuffs, including many items that are locally produced.

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Rebecca Young

Tylers Green
Tel: 01494 813673
The business grew out of my love of using produce from the garden to feed my family. I can supply a range of jams, chutney, and bottled fruit and veg. All the produce used in the preserves is grown without the use of artificial fertilisers or pesticides and is sourced from my own garden or from neighbouring growers. Fresh lemon curd, cookies and fudge also made to order. Sales at Amersham Country Market, Great Missenden Farmers Market, and Marlow Community Market, plus school fetes and fairs, or by direct orders. Will deliver.

Peterley Manor Farm

Peterley Lane, Prestwood, HP16 0HH
Tel: 01494 863566
Web: www.peterleymanorfarm.co.uk
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.

NV Wholesome

Perkins, Finings Road, Lane End, HP14 3EU
Tel: 01494 882002
We produce a range of jams, jellies, marmalades and chutneys using home-grown and locally-sourced ingredients as much as possible, including chutneys containing Rebellion Brewery beer. We avoid the use of unnecessary additives of any sort including colourants, gelling agents and preservatives. Our products are sold at Laceys, No.2 Pound Street in Wendover, Rebellion Brewery and a number of local community shops.

Laceys Family Farm

Bolter End Farm, Lane End, HP14 3LP
Tel: 01494 881979
Web: www.laceysfamilyfarm.co.uk
The Lacey family have been farming in South Bucks for seven generations. We’ve had our pedigree herd of Guernsey cows since the 1930s, producing high-quality milk with a distinctive golden colour. In 2006 we took the step of investing in equipment so that we could pasteurise our own milk. You can now buy milk directly from our farm which could have been taken from the cow that very day! Our farm shop also stocks Laceys cream, eggs, and luxury ice-cream, cakes made using our eggs and milk, some home-grown vegetables in season, and other local produce. We also supply many local outlets and can deliver to your door within a limited area.

 

The Quince Tree

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.

Town Farm Shop

Bisham Village, SL7 1RR

Tel: 01628 473781

Via our farm shop we sell our own lamb, pork, beef and free-range chicken, and make sausages, burgers etc. on premises. Additionally, at Christmas we produce the full range of traditional poultry (turkeys, geese, ducks). We also stock jams, marmalades and pies made in Marlow, eggs from Binfield, and English cheeses. Open Fri 9-6, Sat 9-1.

Hitcham Dairy Ice Cream

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.

Fat Man Chilli

59 Hornhill Road, Maple Cross, Rickmansworth, WD3 9TG

Tel: 01923 775592 Web: www.fatmanchilli.co.uk

A wide variety of chillies are grown in our gardens and made into delicious sauces and jellies, ranging from mild to very hot. Sold at Little Chalfont Farmers Market, other Farmers Markets, and on-line.

Chalfont Chillies

Chalfont St Peter

Tel: 07896 552960       Web: www.chalfontchillies.co.uk

We grow 3 main types of chillies from seed and make 29 very popular accompaniments, such as chilli sauces, chutneys, pickled onions and piccalilli. We also produce bespoke flavours depending on the season, such as Blackberry & Sloe Gin. All our products have an element of chilli in the recipe, some hotter than others! We grow the majority of our own ingredients from chillies to vegetables including beans, courgettes, tomatoes, and herbs, and locally source everything we cannot grow. Our product is available via our website and a large number of local shows and fairs. Additionally we can be found in Fishers, Gerrards Cross; Stubbings Nursery, Maidenhead; Budgens in Chalfont St Peter; and Maidenhead Farmers Market.

Beaconsfield Farmers Market

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.

Britwell Salome Farm Shop

Red Lion Farm, Britwell Salome, OX49 5LG

Tel: 01491 612070

We sell our own free-range pork and properly-hung beef, born and bred on the farm in Britwell. Lamb and free-range chicken is sourced from local farms; also local game. Bread, cakes, milk and beer are all locally produced, and we stock other goods from small local producers – even walking sticks. Open Tue-Fri 8.30-6, Sat 8.30-5, Sun 9-12.

Bourne End Community Market – BECMARK

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.