Collect from the farm
Wed 22-Thu 23 Dec 7am – 9 pm
Fri 24th Dec 7 am – 3 pm
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Early Bird Discount
by 1st November 2021
We have lots of turkeys, geese and ducks for Christmas!
Christmas 2020 was certainly challenging and whilst we all hope that this winter will prove to be more straightforward, we have to hope for the best whilst preparing for the worst. With that in mind, we will once again be operating our drive through, albeit with some changes as detailed below, to, hopefully, speed the collection process up.
We will be offering our usual fresh free range bronze, white and Norfolk Black turkeys, our geese and ducks. Our Charolais beef and gammons will be available either fresh for collection in November or frozen on our December collection days.
We will be opening as usual on Wednesday 22nd and Thursday 23rd December, but extending our drive through hours to 7 am – 9 pm and on Friday 24th December, from 7 am – 3 pm. To facilitate speeding up the drive through all produce MUST be pre-paid for with the exception of the extras such as chipolatas, sausages, sausagemeat and bacon. We will then be operating two drive through lanes – one “fast track” for those just collecting their turkey/goose/duck/gammon and one for those who want to buy extras from the counter. Extras cannot be pre-ordered and will be subject to availability. As an alternative, you can also collect extras at the end of November when we finish curing the bacon. If you wish to do this please contact Alex at [email protected]
We will also repeat last year’s offer of a £10 discount for anyone who wishes to collect their turkey or goose at the end of November to freeze themselves. This is in addition to our “early bird” offer for turkeys and geese ordered and paid for before the 1st November 2021.
At the current time, as in many areas of retail, we are being affected by the supply and increase in cost of our raw materials (and that is the chicks themselves, feed, fuel, butchery materials, packaging and overheads and, most significantly, labour). It is an extremely difficult market and we have no choice but to, very reluctantly, pass on the rising costs we are facing.
These Covid times have proved unprecedented for everyone. We are, as many of you know, a small family farm and some of the changes above, are not what, under normal times, we would choose to do but needs must. We ask and appreciate your patience. On hand out days all of our team are working as fast as humanly possible. Last year was a learning curve and we hope the above will speed the process up. Please bear with us. Your custom and support of buying local and buying British is appreciated more than you will ever know.
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