Producers and suppliers

Kingfisher Watercress
Barry at the Kingfisher Farm Shop

We work with some 25 local producers. We visit regularly to talk about their work and plans.

Secretts of Milford, near Godalming – seasonal fruit and vegetables.

Kingfisher Farm Shop, Abinger Hammer – vegetables, including watercress.

Chalk Hills Bakery, Horley – bread, croissants, cakes, cheese straws.

Cranleigh Bakery – bread, bread rolls and doughnuts.

Nutbourne Nursery, near Pulborough – tomatoes (in season).

Hugh Broom of Sondes Place Farm, Dorking – asparagus (in season).

Bookham Harrison Farms, Rudgwick – butter and Sussex Charmer cheese.

Rockhill Brothers Coffee Co, Dorking – Columbia coffee, hand-roasted in Dorking.

Cheesemakers of Canterbury – Ashmore Farmhouse cheese.

High Weald Dairy, Horsted Keynes – a variety of Sussex cheeses – sheep and goat as well as cow milk.

The Adams Family, Dorking – cheese scones, the best in the world!

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 a wide range of jams, marmalades, chutneys and jellies, Newdigate.

Cut and Dried, Capel – fruit & vegetable crisps and muesli bars.

Dorking Community Orchard – bottled apple juice and apples (in season) including interesting heritage varieties.

The Grange Centre, Bookham – fudge in various flavours.

Bangers Galore, Horsham – sausages.

Aldhurst Farm, Capel – milk and cream.

Canfields Farm, Rudgwick – beef. Erica (pictured) and Tim keep a closed herd of Aberdeen Angus and Limousin beef cattle at their organic-certified farm. We are delighted to make home deliveries of Erica’s beef a few times a year.

Etherley Farm, Ockley, near Leith Hill – free-range ducks (whole birds, breast, legs) and free-range chicken (whole or portioned) (and geese and turkey in season).

Hill House Farm, Beare Green – sausage rolls, sausages, bacon, ham and various cuts of lamb, beef and pork.

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.

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