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A perfect leisure pursuit for many these days is a visit to a garden centre or farm shop, where you can be assured of seeing quality products, gifts and ideas whilst in many case also enjoying a cup of tea at the end of your hard day's browsing.

Twenty Pence Garden Centre, Wilburton

Everyone knows that the perfect garden needs lots of care and attention. At Twenty Pence Garden Centre you can be sure to find all the products you need to keep your garden looking good all year round.

Our fully licensed restaurant offers a wide selection of hot and cold meals served between 12.00 - 2.30 pm every day and of course lighter snacks are served all day by our friendly staff.

Within our Food Hall you will find a wide range of preserves, sauces, pickles, chutneys and lots more from both local suppliers and beyond with a great selection of gluten free products too.

Of course we also have an extensive Gift Shop selling everything from clothes, kitchen ware and home accessories, with many branded lines.  So make sure you allow plenty of time for your visit!

www.twentypence.co.uk


La Hogue Farm Shop and Cafe, Chippenham

La Hogue farm shop is – deservedly – renowned for its butchery section. John Mortlock and his experienced team have one of the best reputations in East Anglia for quality butchery. All meat is home produced or traditionally reared on local farms in Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Norfolk where first class animal welfare standards are scrupulously maintained. This way, only the highest quality, full-flavoured and tender meat is available to you.

We stock an extensive range of local and handmade jams, pickles, chutneys and jellies together with salad dressings and mayonnaise and specialty oils and vinegars and support local artisan producers.

La Hogue Farm Café offers comfortable, relaxed indoor and al fresco eating with a large landscaped lawn and patio area with stunning views down to the Newmarket gallops.

www.lahogue.co.uk