Food & Drink
Worcestershire’s farm shops offer an alternative and healthier way of eating; selling food that is grown and sourced locally without the travel miles associated with the supermarkets.
You will find an abundance of homemade jams and honeys, fresh, locally reared and quality joints of meat, as well as dairy products, fresh breads, locally pressed juices and specialist beers, lagers and ciders. You will also find an abundance of fresh fruit and vegetables throughout the year as well as chutneys and pickles and a variety of cakes and pastries.
Many of the county’s farm shops also make the perfect destination for a family day out, with lots of open space to explore and plenty of activities to keep children entertained. Some farm shops offer the chance to get up closer to the animals or to wander through the orchard where fruit is picked and many local farm shops have cafes attached, enabling you to extend your stay by sitting down to some tea and homemade cake.
Top Barn Farm
Top Barn Farm offers the Harvest Farm shop which has a range of local delicatessen items, vegetables, and a butchers selling meat reared on the farm as well as a ‘zero waste’ food zone for those trying to reduce their plastic use. You can turn a trip to the shop into an afternoon out with the Farm open for visitors, with an outdoor play area, a range of animals to meet and a café on site.
Bells Farm Shop
Set just outside of Stourport, Bells Farm Shop is a perfect pitstop to drop in and pick up fresh local produce to help you explore the taste of Worcestershire. Beers from Bewdley Brewery, Cider from Barbourne Cider, meat from The Little Black Pig farm as well as the widest range of PYO in the County – from the usual berry’s to PYO runner beans, plums and courgettes.
Gwillams Farm Shop
Gwillams is just on the outskirts of Worcester and is ideal for those needing to ‘pick up’ some bits for dinner, with the usual Farm Shop produce – Gwillams also has a fresh fish store on site as well as a range of frozen local goods and specialist ready meals – because sometimes we want the taste, without the effort!
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PershorePershore College a national centre of excellence for horticulture located in 60 acre site and providing land-based courses and vocational training, tennis academy, football development centre and a variety of educational options.
EveshamThe Quintessential English Pub, owned by the National Trust and run with a love of tradition.
LedburyWestons Cider is situated in the Herefordshire countryside on the A449 between Ledbury and Ross-on-Wye. Guided Mill Tours at 11.00am, 12.30pm, 2.00pm and 3.30pm daily. Cider Shop open daily. Free Parking, Free Play Park.
Stourport-on-SevernOne of the oldest commercial vineyards in the UK | Award winning wines from Worcestershire | Family run tours and eventsSmall English vineyard producing international award winning white wines, set in a secluded wildlife haven with cellar door shop and tasting room.
MalvernNestled at the foot of the inspirational Malvern Hills, in the village of Welland, Lovells Vineyard is a family run English vineyard producing award-winning wine.
Upton upon SevernA family run business based in Worcestershire. You can get our extensive range of British Puddings direct, from Farmer's Markets or a growing number of suppliers.
- Our range of wines have won National awards reflecting the quality of the grapes grown and the wine making by Three Choris Vineyards Ltd in Newent, Gloucestershire.
Stourport-on-SevernFresh, oven ready barbary ducklings, portions and boned rolled and stuffed ducks a speciality. Available widely in local farm shops and farmers markets. A seasonal product which is available September to December and at Easter.
MalvernThe Holywell Spring is the original and now only source of Malvern Water - records indicate that bottling production began on the site of the Holy Well as early as 1622.
Upton upon SevernFamily run fruit farm since 1911. From June to November we offer PYO. We press our own applies and pear juice on site.
WorcesterThe Teme Valley Brewery opened in 1997 at The Talbot Inn, Knightwick next to the River Teme. Family owned and in The Heart of Worcestershire Hop Growing Region.
WorcesterOur famous Worcestershire Sauce was first sold in 1838 by John Wheeley Lea and William Henry Perrins.
RedditchDonatello’s Ice cream is a small family business with over 30 years experience of putting smiles on faces.