If you produce food locally (within a 30-mile radius of Bishop’s Castle), or know someone who does, and would like to be listed on this page, please contact us at the email address below for more information.
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Based at The White Horse Inn in Clun. Founded in 2008, they brew real ales which are available in the Brewery Tap at The White Horse Inn and in pubs all round Shropshire. They bottle their beer when possible, as well as having seasonal specials.
Sells a range of local produce including organic fruit and vegetables, flowers, bread, honey, sourdough crispbreads, country oils, stuffings and apple juice. Phone 01588 638990.
In Craven Arms, makes a range of breads including granary, white, several sourdoughs, rye, spelt and brioche, as well as a wide selection of cakes. They are available to buy at the cafe at Shepherd Hills Furniture (44 Shrewsbury Rd, Craven Arms SY7 9PY) and at Lydham Friday and Church Stretton markets.
For more information, phone 01588 672525 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Clun Valley Honey
Clun Valley Honey and marmalade are made at the top end of Clun Valley. The honey is sold at The Maltings Cafe, Bright Flowers and the Spar in Clun, and at Harvest Wholefoods in Lydham. The marmalade is sold at Clun Corner Deli.
For further information, please ring Sam Adams on 01588 640785.
Quality Free Range Eggs, based on the Powys/Shropshire border. Located in Churchstoke, currently doing an egg run every Wednesday covering as far Aston on Clun.
Sells local produce including honey, bee products, eggs, cakes, breads, vegetarian ready-made food, fruit, vegetables, jams and pickles. It is held in the community rooms near to the church on the third Saturday of each month, from 10am until 12 noon.
Sells fruit and veg, meat, cakes and confectionery, jams and preserves, dairy products and drinks – all produced within 30 miles of Ludlow. It is run by the Local to Ludlow campaign, which aims to reduce the environmental cost of food production and to support the local food economy.
In Bishops Castle, the UK’s oldest licensed brewery (1642). Its traditionally brewed real ales, sold in bottles and casks, are made the traditional way, using only the finest ingredients to give each one its own unique Three Tuns Brewery flavour.
Any questions? Please get in touch