Next meeting of the Bath & Bristol Organic Growers will be at Electric Daisy Flower Farm‘s new site in Faulkland, BA3 5XE: if you’d like to come along on Saturday mornig (from 10.30am), just send us an email. We have a farm walk & general catch up planned, come rain or shine!
So we are nearing the end of a bountiful year: and as things start to run low (including my energy levels!) I’m stopping Farm Drop after next Friday 1st December, since we won’t have enough produce to supply these lovely people regularly (we will still have our produce available at Hartley, Neston and Mayfield Organic, plus a seasonal festive market in Lamb’s Yard in Bradford on Avon on Saturdays is planned…)
So Londoners, Bathonians & Bristolians, get your skates on a place an order now before we take a well-earning break over winter, when we’ll be planning crops and rotations for next year, ready to start supplying again as soon as the weather allows us. Don’t forget that if you’re ordering for the first time, quoting ‘GROWNGREEN’ will give you £25 off your first £50 shop, hurrah!
Next week sees the launch of Farm Drop in Bath and Bristol, which is very exciting: think ethical online supermarket where you can order fresh produce direct from producers, to be delivered to your home the next day in their electric vans! They will be stocking some of my fab produce in September and October, 6 days a week (not Mondays as I’m having a day off!), so register and start ordering online now!