British Food Fortnight has a special place in our hearts at Lymefield!
We absolutely love our local food heroes and are always shouting about their delicious produce that we sell in our Farm Shop. What better way than to join in the national celebration of British Food Fortnight?
British Food Fortnight is an initiative by Love British Food who is the leading national campaign for promoting british food. British Food Fortnight is the national celebration of our local food that takes place this year from 19th September until 4th October 2020.
At Lymefield, we have been shouting about our local food since we opened 10 years ago. We love selling their produce in our Farm Shop, using them in our Tea Room and promoting them during our food festivals and ‘try-before-you-buy’ events.
We are very proud that all our local meat is fully traceable and our lamb, beef and pork is reared with 2 miles of Lymefield in Broadbottom including using our fields to rear the meat.
Our Farm Shop is stocked from floor to ceiling with food from our local food producers including DoughItYourself based in Stockport, Cowburns Bakery from High Lane, & Longley Dairy for starters. The Farm Shop team love their food and will happily talk to you about our produce all day long! The Tea Room chefs use our local produce in all their meals creating delicious mouthwatering specials alongside our fantastic menu. Our high quality produce enables our chefs to shine whilst they whip up another delicacy!
Our website stocks food boxes for delivery or collection showcasing lots of these products from fresh food to our local food heroes.
We hope you can read our passion for local food so we are open 7 days a week and we even free parking.
COVID-19 update from Lymefield Garden Centre, Farm Shop & Tea Room:
We welcome all our customers to our Garden Centre, Farm Shop & Tea Room, in the interest of the safety of our staff and customers, we ask all our customers to observe social distancing guidelines and follow our signs around our store.
Please do not enter Lymefield if any member of your party has Covid-19 symptoms or has been asked to self-isolate.
Please use hand sanitising products on entering the site.
Our team at Lymefield will continue to wear face coverings and washing their hands regularly.
We politely ask everyone visiting to continue wear face-coverings if possible.
The Garden Centre is open to the public where you enter via the outside plant area. Our website has many garden and landscaping items available for delivery to your door. If there is a product, you are looking for and can’t find online or instore, please contact the Garden Centre team who will be able to help with your query. Products from the Garden Centre can be delivered or collected.
The Farm Shop remains fully stocked with locally reared meat, artisan cheese & delicatessen items, and specially selected products. Our Tea Room chefs are creating delicious items for our deli counter including cakes, pastries, pies, and quiches.
This year’s theme for Broadbottom Scarecrow Festival is: 40 years of children’s TV.
Starting on Monday 1st July until Sunday 14th July, there will be scarecrows of all shapes and sizes throughout the village. Judging will take place between 6th – 9th July with prizes given at Broadbottom Duck race on 10th July.
Organised by the Broadbottom Community Association this annual event bring smiles and lots of joy to the village.
Lymefield Garden Centre’s contribution this year is Bill and Ben the flower pot men created by Elaine and Janis at the entrance to our site.
The Duck Race runs down the Etherow from Well Row to Weir Cottage on Wednesday 10th July. Organised again by the Broadbottom Community Association, hundreds of ducks are raced down the river with prizes given at the BBQ.
Duck numbers can only be purchased in advance from the Post office or Broadbottom Primary School.
The Race starts at 6.30pm from Warhurstfold Bridge at the end of Well Row and finishes at Weir Cottage, Hodge Fold with a huge BBQ. Prizes are given for the duck race and for the Broadbottom Scarecrow competition.
For the third year running we are taking part in Charlesworth Carnival on the rec in Charlesworth. On Saturday 13th July, Charlesworth & Chisworth are taken over by Carnival fever.
The parade starts from St Margarets School at 12.30pm, once again we are have provided a truck for Charlesworth School in the parade; their theme this year is Cinderella – charlesworth style.
The parade arrives at the rec about 1pm where there will be lots of fun activities including bouncy castles, football and cricket games, lots of stalls and at the top of the field you will find Lymefield’s food marquee providing lots of fresh homemade refreshments.
Our online Farm Shop is adding new products every month so if you dont see all that you want please contact theFarm Shop direct on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01457 764686.
Lymefield Farm Shop prides itself on artisan locally sourced food with known provenance; selected and created to provide fantastic fresh products to our customers. We have Meat, Veg and Cheese Boxes available for you to select or choose your own products on the Farm Shop page.
We also stock onlineCheese Crackers,Flavour boxes, Quick & Easy meat products & Local Food box (containing selected local ingredients). All these combine to provide you with a delicious online store waiting for a Friday local delivery.
Have fresh, known provenance, artisan Farm Shop food delivered to your door every Friday for FREE!
Our friends from Peak Bean Coffee are hosting a Coffee tasting. We stock the amazingPeak Bean coffees in our Farm Shop (and serve in our Tea Room). Come and try before you buy with the people who lovingly produce our favourite morning tipple.
Buying meat online is the perfect way to ensure that you always have tasty cuts of locally sourced beef, pork, lamb and chicken available at the click of a button. Here are some of the best reasons to shop online with Lymefield:
Here at Lymefield, we’ve been at the heart of local food and farming for four generations, evolving from a small dairy farm popular with locals to a bustling Garden Centre,Tea Room,Farm Shop,Deli, andButchers. We source our meat as possible from local farms, through a fully traceable supply chain, allowing us to prioritise the quality of the meat and support local farming communities. OurPork andBeef come from a local farm in Chisworth, less than a mile up the road, and ourLamb and Mutton come from our own flock on Lymefield farm!
We want to make it as easy as possible for everyone to try traditionally-reared meat from local farms. Whilst visiting Lymefield can be a lovely day out, sometimes it’s nice to have a “nothing day” and kick back and relax at home. So for pyjama days, legendary lie-ins, last-minute workathons and Manchester monsoon season (every day of the year), why not order meat online? It’s as simple as picking out all of your favourite cuts and joints from theButcher’s Counter and picking a date for Dodging the crowds at the supermarket has never been easier, and it’s never made more sense. Shopping with Lymefield cuts out the middleman. Every last sausage, steak, roasting joint and burger is prepared in ourFarm Shop butchery to the exacting standards of a real craft butcher – no supermarket “Meat Counter” nonsense. We even deliver all local orders ourselves!
Need your leg of lamb boned and butterflied for the perfect Sunday lunch? You can expect exactly the same care and consideration from our butchers as you would when visiting. Whether you want it trimmed, tied, boned and rolled or diced, our online Butcher’s Counter has a huge range of cuts to choose from. And we can always do our best to accommodate special requests or dietary requirements – just leave your request in the comment box at the checkout when you buy meat online. Or give us a call on 01457 764 686 and speak to your butcher directly!
You might expect that personal service and locally-sourced, traditionally-reared meat from small-scale, family-run farms would cost a good deal more than the supermarkets, but it doesn’t!
We offer a far greater range of cuts than supermarkets do, allowing you to choose more economical alternatives that are full of flavour.
Why not try a Rump Steak rather than a Sirloin? Rump Steak is already bursting with flavour, and a Lymefield Rump Steak proves the point! It is still an economical cut, but trimmed and taken from the tender centre of the rump cut.
Alternatively, why not save (on time as well as money!) with one of our Everyday Boxes? OurProtein Box is perfect for freezing and provides a range of versatile mince, steaks and fillets that are great for eating lean.
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