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Food Float is a not-for-profit community interest company run by the community for the community.

They offer a range of locally-sourced produce including vegetables and fruit, milk, coffee, bacon, ham, sausages, bread, cakes and other bakery products, butter, cheese, preserves and honey, as well as fresh poultry and meat.

They encourage people to support local producers by visiting their stall in Dorking, on Fridays in the main square of St Martin's Walk and on Saturdays on the High Street outside Barclays Bank, between 8.30am and early-afternoon on both days.

Food Float are making home deliveries to the local area on Thursdays. You can find more information here or e-mail Maddie at

Fresh produce at the Food Float in Dorking
Baked goods at the Food Float in Dorking

Food Float adds colour to Dorking High Street. They have a passion for local produce, sourcing each product as locally as possible from their network of around 25 suppliers.

Reducing food miles is high on Food Float's agenda. They offer suppliers a reliable outlet and decent returns, and customers local fresh food and the opportunity to chat and ask questions while browsing.

The fruit and veg rotate according to the seasons meaning that there is always something new to try.

Keeping it local

Food Float suppliers include:

Bangers Galore, Bookham Harrison Farms, Canfield Farm, Chalk Hills Bakery, Cheesemakers of Canterbury, Cranleigh Bakery, Cut & Dried, Debbie's Preserves, Dorking Community Orchard, Etherley Farm, The Grange, High Weald Dairy, Hill House Farm, Kingfisher Farm Shop, Nathan's Free Range Eggs, Nutbourne Nursery, Secretts of Godalming, Simon's Free Range Eggs, Sondes Place Farm, Eco Be and a number of local beekeepers and home-bakers.

  • Attends Farmers Market
  • Car Parking Nearby
  • Local Delivery
  • Shop
  • Trade Suppliers

Local Food Surrey says

Local Food Surrey first met the guys from Food Float one very snowy day in January many years ago - undeterred, they were manning their stall and trying not to look as frozen as they must have felt. This is a great initiative which we are proud to support. Well done all!