Nearly all our suppliers are small local businesses and individuals. We know them, they know we expect high standards, and we visit regularly and talk about their work and what our customers expect. This is all about nurturing a sustainable future and food security, with confidence for customers. By building strong local supply chains, we aim to weather the storm of future uncertainty caused by fossil fuels running out and climate change. Where we can’t find a local product (e.g. potatoes from Kent/Sussex) we source them from further afield. This is the exception to the rule, though, and we will try to let you know where every item has come from, so that you can make informed choices.
Regular suppliers to the Stall:
Secretts of Milford – salad, fruit and vegetables
Village Greens of Ockley – summer season vegetables
Hugh Broom of Sondes Place Farm, Dorking – asparagus (in season)
Nutbourne Nursery, near Pulborough – tomatoes (in season)
Bookham Harrison Farms, Rudgwick – butter and Sussex Charmer cheese
Cheesemakers of Canterbury – Ashmore cheese
High Weald Dairy, Horsted Keynes – a variety of Sussex cheeses (goat and sheep milk, as well as cow milk)
Nathan’s free range eggs, Cowfold
Paul Cleaver’s free range duck & hen eggs and honey, Abinger Hammer
Simon’s free range eggs, Hookwood
Debbie’s pink elderflower cordial (in season) and preserves, Newdigate
Kingfisher Watercress Farm, Abinger Hammer
Cut and Dried, Capel – fruit & vegetable crisps and muesli bars
Dorking Community Orchard – bottled apple juice and apples (in season)
The Adams Family, Dorking – cheese scones and chocolate brownies
The Grange Centre, Bookham – fudge
Hill House Farm, Beare Green – sausage rolls, bacon and selected meat from their Gloucester Old Spot pigs and Southdown sheep
Produce with limited stock on the stall or supplied to order:
- Etherley Farm, Ockley – free range chicken, ducks and game (and geese and turkey in season) – Charlie is pictured
- Canfield Farm, Rudgwick – organic beef
If you would like to supply us, and you’re local, please get in touch.
Allotment holders are welcome to bring surplus produce to the Stall and receive payment in kind on a ‘sale or return’ basis.