Perry Court Farm Shop

Farm Shops In The Ashford Area, Fresh Local Vegetables And Fruit

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Perry Court

Perry Court Farm is proud of its traditional, sustainable farming practises which have been in place for three generations. It boasts a total of 200 kinds of English crops, most of these are sold through Farmers' Market or or the Perry Court Farm Shop in the Stour Valley.

The shop's extensive range can include; artichoke, asparagus, beans, carrot, cabbage, cauliflower, courgettes, garlic, leeks, peas, plums, potatoes, rhubarb, sweetcorn, strawberries, raspberries, redcurrants blackcurrants, gooseberries and perhaps as many as thirty varieties of apples and pears. You can pick some soft fruits yourself in season (PYO) and Perry Court Farm's own storage facility means some produce is available all year round. Perry Court attend most of the county's Farmers' Markets so their excellent fresh food is probably available in your area.

The shop also stocks freshly baked bread every morning, plants and cut flowers, Christmas trees in December. A Cheese room, with over 100 types of English Cheeses.

Location & Contact

You can find Perry Court Farm Shop on the A28 between Ashford and Canterbury

  • Perry Court Farm
    TN25 4ES
  • Tel: 01233 812302

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