Our Annual Festive Tasting day is nearly here…
Our apple pressing day returns for the half term holidays. Tractor and trailer rides to the orchards to collect apples, on return watch the apples being pressed into juice and taste freshly prepared apple juice. We would advise booking tickets in advance – more information to follow soon…
This has been proving popular recently, our breakfast rolls and baguette menu are freshly prepared and available to purchase to take away on a daily basis.
We are now stocking the following squash:
Crown prince is reknown for making lovely soup, follow this link if you need inspiration :
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Well we are finally in and ready to see you all in our new shop.
The old shop looks tiny in comparison to the new footprint; it seems impossible that we ran a business in such a tiny cramped space. Short-term we are keeping the old shop in place, just until we work out how to move it around to a new concreate base at the back of the farm. This will be then used for storage and maybe some other activities in the future.
We would love you to come and give us your feedback and thoughts on how we can make the shop a success in 2017.
Over the next few days we will be moving all stock from the old Farm Shop to the new one. The shop will be open as usual but there might be a few distractions so please bear with us.
We plan to do most of the transfer of produce from 3pm on Sunday, with the aim to be open in the new shop 9am Monday. Entrance will be via the new car park and Tea Room area until the old shop building is moved to its new home.
David, the family and I area really looking forward to welcoming you to the new bigger, brighter Ellenden Farm Shop and hope to see you all in there soon to check out what we’ve done and take a look at the larger range of locally sourced meat, fruit, veg, pickles, beers, dairy and bakery.
Date for your diary – Saturday 19th November 2016
FREE ENTRY TO OUR 10TH ANNUAL FESTIVE TASTING DAY
We have over 20 local food producers and community businesses attending the event.. Come and sample Free range bronze turkey, wine, mulled apple juice & cider, cheese, oils, cakes, jams, chutney, soup, pork pies, festive pies, sausages made with free range pork and our own beef cooked to perfection by Paul Napper, head chef at The Evesham Hotel.
Be inspired watching a cookery demonstration with Paul at 12.30pm. utilising cuts of our own beef and lamb.. Paul will be on hand all day and happy to answer any culinary questions you may have to help prepare your festive menu….
Fabulous Local Produce
There will be 10% off orders for all beef and Turkey taken on the day, and the opportunity to order your entire festive menu; carefully prepared and ready to collect in one visit – stress free!
New this year there will be the opportunity to sample smoked trout, artisan bread and a new bakery supplier. In addition courtesy of Arthur and Tony and the success of recent events we will once again be pressing our own home grown apples, if you bring your own container, feel free to take some home….
UNIQUE CHRISTMAS GIFT IDEAS
We will have a range of hamper gifts for you to peruse and plenty of other unique Christmas gift ideas, vouchers for beauty treatments and massage
As long as the ground is not too wet we will offer tractor and trailer rides to the orchards and back, never fails to entertain young and old…
Watch the magic of Christmas unfold as Father Christmas arrives by pony & trap at 12pm, and if weather permits take a short horse and carriage ride around the farm. Visit father Christmas in his Traditional London Bus decked out as a grotto courtesy of Graham Smith….
The Harvington Handbells will be setting the festive scene from 1pm – 3pm, keep the children entertained having their face painted and partaking in arts and crafts courtesy of Pam Kelly and Andrea Jones, a school Governor from Harvington First School.
Jo and her just for dogs team will be running a Dog Agility competition to watch, and the Croome Pony Club will be running a mounted games practice… In addition The Evesham Fire Service are booked to attend and Richard Dorrell will be here driving his 1938 steam roller !
Refreshments will be available all day, BBQ, teas, coffee, mulled wine and a bar thanks to Roger Small and team, Cathy Davies and Stuart Powell, all members of our local community.
Lots to see and do, the entry is free and the sampling is all undercover