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Monday, 28 June 2010
Tablehurst Community Farm

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This is the farm shop, near Forest Row in East Sussex. The farm produces mainly meat and accordingly the farm shop comprises mainly of a butchery. There’s also a pie shop next door.  Tablehurst Farm shop has been described as one of the South East (of England’s) best kept secrets.  The farm describes itself on its website thus:

Tablehurst and Plaw Hatch Community Farm is a ten-year-old community supported agriculture project in Forest Row, some 30 miles south of London. The project encompasses two farms, both biodynamic, both owned by the local community, and both selling the vast majority of their produce direct from the farms.

Tablehurst Farm is predominantly a meat-producing farm, rearing beef cattle, sheep, pigs and poultry. Meat from Tablehurst has been a regular winner in the Soil Association Organic Food Awards. Plaw Hatch Farm is mainly a dairy enterprise and vegetable garden. Unpasteurised milk from the dairy herd is delivered to local households and made into a variety of products on the farm, including yoghurt and cheese.

As it’s a community farm there are many ways to get involved including the purchase of shares.

Posted by bigblue on 28/06/2010 at 08:06 AM
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