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Jun
22
In the latest interview in our ‘Stay Loyal to Local’ series, we head to the Surrey-based Chalk Hills Bakery – best-known for their popular artisan shop and café in Reigate.


Jun
18
Today, we head over to the family-run The Wood Fired Larder, based in rural Surrey, where their speciality is their renowned wood-fired pizzas.


Jun
18
While its organic farm shop has remained busy during the COVID-19 crisis, Tuppenny Barn, in West Sussex, has turned its attention to supporting the most vulnerable within its community, providing much-needed fresh vegetables to those self-isolating or struggling financially.


Jun
16
Famed far and wide for their fantastic farm shop, Flower Farm in Godstone has really pulled out all the shops during the lockdown to help not only themselves but others too. As well as gifting fruit boxes to nurses, and donating funds to the NHS, they have also gone out of their way to help and support other local food suppliers – and that’s just the start.


Jun
16
As part of Local Food Britain’s new ‘Stay Loyal to Local’ campaign, we are showcasing some of the area’s leading local businesses. Today, we meet the team at Crumbs Brewing, in Reigate, Surrey, who have been right at the heart of their community throughout the lockdown.


Jun
15
Lockdown has provided an opportunity for Bramble Farm Turkeys in East Horsley to take a step back and consider how to evolve their farm business for the future.


Jun
12
For many local businesses, the confinement period has proved to be a busier time than ever – with some even picking up new customers along the way. That’s certainly been the case for the award-winning bakers, My Pie, in Wandsworth, South London.


Jun
11
In day three of our new campaign, ‘Stay Loyal to Local’, we head to Kingfisher Farm Shop, in Abinger Hammer near Dorking. Not only do they offer a ‘queue with a view’, overlooking their pretty pond and famous watercress beds, but they are also in the process of introducing a new veg box and hamper scheme.


Jun
10
As part of our new campaign, ‘Stay Loyal to Local’, we are honoured to be showcasing some of our leading independent businesses, all members of Local Food Britain. In this interview, we head to the market town of Dorking to visit Chimney Fire Coffee who have expanded into e-commerce during the lockdown.


Jun
09
Today, as part of our new campaign, ‘Stay Loyal to Local’, we are delighted to visit Hill House Farm, in the Surrey Hills, a business that has really flourished under the lockdown, although they initially feared it might be the end. A key part of their success has been collaborating with other local businesses, and you can read the full story here.