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Grow Your Own Veg!

Grow Your Own Veg!

You can now find ready-to-plant vegetable six packs for sale in our Farm Shop, by the entrance as you first enter. We have: Carrots Parsnips Onions Broad Beans Spinach Lettuce Pick 'n' Mix Lettuce Little Gem Leeks Now is the…

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Pre-School Music Club

Pre-School Music Club

Join us for these professionally orchestrated and superbly fun sessions designed to give littl'uns their first experiences with creating sounds and music, whilst facilitating a state of happiness and mental well-being. While these sessions are primarily fun and engaging for the…

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COOK: 18 New Flavours

COOK: 18 New Flavours

COOK: we have 18 new flavours for you to try! One of them is Classic Paella, the ultimate Spanish dish. Tender chicken, smoky chorizo and king prawns meet rice, roasted peppers and peas cooked with sherry and smoked paprika. An…

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25 Years & Still Growing

25 Years & Still Growing

In our 25th year of growing, able to once more convey to you an exceptional standard of British home-grown plants. We currently have a selection of flowering bulbs, including daffodils, hyacinths, crocuses and tulips, a wide array of herbs, including - but…

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Could You Be A Sheeplander?

Could You Be a Sheeplander?

The opportunity has arisen for new members to join our community orientated business. We are excited about the future of Sheeplands, about the next 25 years, and we would love to find like-minded people who want to help us carry…

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Hone In On Local Honey

Hone in on Local Honey

Our Farm Shop is proud to sell locally and sustainably sourced honey, which is fresher and tastes even better. We have honey of all varieties from places as close as Hare Hatch, Wargrave and Maidenhead. We have a marvellously diverse selection including…

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This Year, Buy British

This Year, Buy British

UK Gardeners have been warned about Xylella fastidiosa, a particulary nasty strain of bacteria that has been killing plants in America, and that has now spread to Europe. The RHS has suggested that the disease will spread to the UK on plants…

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