We want to celebrate local produce in all its natural glory.

Knobbly potatoes and twisty carrots from a farm down the road. Cream that’s travelled less distance to get here than a cow wanders in an afternoon. Meat that tastes real.

Coopers Farm, Stonegate

Coopers Farm is a family-run livestock farm in the middle of the Sussex High Weald and is still farmed in a very traditional manner with cattle, sheep, pigs, chickens and bees.

Stonegate Dairy

Family run cheese dairy famous for their award winning cheeses made with raw milk from local grass fed cows.



Lighthouse Bakery

A small, artisan bakery situated near Bodiam Castle. Their bread is made using traditional methods with no artificial enhancers or chemical improvers.

Maynards Fruit Farm

In the same family’s hands since the fifities, the Maynards’ Ticehurst fruit farm grows a cornucopia of fruit from gooseberries to cherries, plums and even English apricots, all available to pick yourself.   www.maynardsfruit.co.uk

Newington Estate

A stone's throw from Ticehurst, game doesn’t get more local than this. A shooting estate just down the bottom of the hill supplies seasonal birds and other game.

Spurs Farm Eggs

Carol and Jeremy Richardson’s chickens roam freely around their farm on Withernden Hill.

Happy hens mean tasty golden yolks.

Alsop & Walker

Award-winning Arthur Alsop and Nicholas Walker specialise in artisan cheese-making at their factory in East Sussex, producing handmade cheeses with their own special flavour, texture and character.


Selling fish that is sourced responsibly from along the Kent and Sussex coast, including their own boats in Rye, Keith Chapman's business has grown from the single market stall he operated 25 years ago.    www.chapmansofsevenoaks.co.uk

Cellar Head Brewery

Chris and Julia McKenzie began brewing in Framfield in 2017 using traditional methods, the finest English malts and their own strain of Sussex yeast, to produce a varied range of beers throughout the year.   www.cellarheadbrewing.com