Proud to support our local producers.
Many of our suppliers are based within 20 miles of our Farm Shop. Like us, they are family-run businesses built on pride, passion and expertise.
Ann Forshaw's Dairy
Ann has always firmly believed using the freshest milk is the key to producing the best quality yoghurt. Alston Dairy only use milk from their own herd of cows that graze in the fields just outside their award-winning Lancashire farm.
Atkinsons Coffee Roasters
Since 1837, Atkinsons have been sourcing, roasting and brewing some of the best coffee and tea from around the world. The Lancaster-based team are passionate about creating the finest blends and they continue to be innovators in their field.
Named after Stormy Bay in Morecambe, this local distillery was set up by two friends who share a passion for all things gin. From small beginnings, the duo now produce five premium quality handcrafted gins.
Black Powder Gin
No artificial colours, preservatives or flavours can be found in Black Powder Gin’s award-winning spirits. Instead, they use ingredients grown in their own orchards or sourced from the best producers so you can taste the distinct flavours.
The award-winning Cuckoo Gin is made in a former cowshed turned distillery on the family farm. They only use spring water from their field and natural ingredients and botanicals to make their gin.
Karen's Crave Marinades
This innovative Lancashire brand is hot stuff after scooping a string of top awards and glowing reviews from famous chefs including Ken Hom. Karen’s spicy marinades transform any meal into something special.
A family-run business based in Lancaster, Eat Indian was started in the 1960’s by a chef who was trained in Mumbai. Their traditional recipes have been handed down by generations to create authentic Indian food.
The Fiddler family produce their Lancashire Crisps in Ormskirk using potatoes grown on their farm and hand cooked in their kitchens. They then add flavours including Lancashire Cheese, Ellsey’s Malt Vinegar and Lancashire sauce.
Passionate about cheesecakes, Lancashire-based Matt Watts uses locally sourced ingredients to create his delicious puds. Each cheesecake is made and decorated by hand to look and taste exquisite.
Gornall’s Dairy Foods
The Gornall Family in Goosnargh began selling milk from a large jug on the back of a horse-drawn cart in the early 1900s. Things have changed quite a bit since those days but the business is still run by the same family and they’re still just as passionate about their milk.
Pioneers in free-range produce, Kenyons have been supplying locally produced eggs from their Lancashire farm for more than 70 years. The family is committed to delivering the highest quality and freshest eggs in town. They taste cracking too!
A multi-award winning brewery born and bred in the North West, using old-fashioned brewing techniques to produce four popular beers – Lancaster Blonde, Amber, Black and Red. They also produce monthly specials and seasonal beers from their brewery on the outskirts of Lancaster.
Longridge Ice Cream
The reason Longridge Natural ice cream tastes so good is simple – it’s made from 100% natural, fresh ingredients and is handmade in the family firm in the heart of the Ribble Valley. All the milk and cream come from their own single herd just a mile away.
With a history rooted in temperance bars, Mr Fitzpatrick’s create a delicious mix of nostalgic and new cordials. Discover tastes from times gone by including Sarsaparilla, Dandelion & Burdock and Cream Soda. They also produce a selection of fruity cordials bursting with natural flavours.
Port of Lancaster Smokehouse
This family-owned business is renowned for the quality of its traditionally smoked foods. Freshness is key to the taste of their smoked fish – they pride themselves on getting the catch to the smokehouse as quickly as possible to achieve the richest flavours.
Lisa and the team at Reedy’s take fresh ingredients and turn them into delicious preserves, chutneys and mustards. All their award-winning products are handmade in small batches, free of any additives and naturally set.
Stable Yard Gin
Nestled in the Lancashire countryside, Stable Yard Distillery was born from the owner’s passion for all things gin and a desire to produce a classic gin with a modern twist to create the ultimate G&T.
Wallings Ice Cream
Three generations of the Wallings family run their working farm in the heart of the Lancashire countryside to produce what they like to call ‘real ice cream’. Their dreamy flavours include Saucy Cappuccino, Blackcurrant Cheesecake and Stem Ginger.
Val and her family at Williams Bakery in Preston have been baking traditional biscuits and cakes for more than 40 years. Her Eccles cakes are a firm favourite at Barton Grange.
Lathams of Broughton
Lathams is a family-run business in the heart of Lancashire famous for producing the most delicious cakes, bakes and desserts. They use the finest ingredients including local eggs, milk and cream which ensures that homemade taste.
Bury Black Pudding Company
As well as their award-winning black pudding and white pudding, this famous Bury-based company also sells gluten-free, chilli, vegan and vegetarian options. No Full English is complete without it! Check out their website for lots of other recipes ideas too.
A family-run cheesemaker since 1929, The Sandham family is committed to producing the best British cheese. Using milk from local farms, sticking to traditional methods and creating the finest cheeses is what sets them apart.
Located on the outskirts of Garstang, The Kenyon family have been making cheese for over 50 years. Their Crumbly, Creamy and Tasty Lancashire cheeses have won countless awards and they only use milk sourced directly from local suppliers.
Greenhalgh’s Craft Bakery
Bread made the traditional way using the finest quality flour, milled from specially selected wheat, grains and cereal to give it that distinct taste. Find a tempting selection of Greenhalgh’s freshly baked loaves and treats in our farm shop.