On Wednesday 26th April we are proud to be working with the Addington Fund to host the Event Farmers Big Breakfast. starting at 8.30 am and serving to 11.30 the traditional Farmers breakfast. please contact us for booking information and to reserve your place.
After a busy christmas and the new year, spring time has been busy with all the usuall pruning and composting ready for the fruit to begin forming of which is very well on the way now, this year looks to be a very good year for our victoria plums, as a huge amount of blossom has firmly set. Our first Sunday Carvery started with a full resturant. and now will continue throughout the summer upto October, every sunday offering a delicious carvery with our own Beef, Fresh seasonal Vegetable’s and a selection of home made desserts complemented by a selection of fresh fruit Ice cream.
Now after all the bad wet weather we have had finally we are able to get on with all of our pruning and composting which is now flat out trying to get bushes and plants ready as there all now starting to show sign s of budding, Our first crop strawberrys are now in flower. Easter Sunday brings the start of out now very popular traditional home cooked roast, the farm shop is fully stocked with all local wines and beers, and mouth watering desserts. booking for Easter Sunday is advised to avoid disappointment, Happy Easter From East Hill Pride.
Christmas is rapidly approaching and the weather is unseasonably mild.
The Christmas trees are in largest stock ever and competitively priced, along with stands, potted trees, wreaths and mistletoe.
Free range Turkeys and succulent home reared Geese combined with all other Christmas meats, all available to order up to the 20th December.
Sunday Carvery starts on the 6th and continues through December, with home produced Red Ruby Devon Beef, Turkey and 5 different vegetables. Enjoy a glass of Devon Mist Cider or a Bottle of sparkling wine Yearlstone Winery, along with a range of mouth-watering deserts.
The shop is fully stocked with festive treats, homemade jams and pickles and this year we have a large range of locally produced cider, beers, liqueurs and fruit sparkling wines. Which we hope will contribute to your Christmas being a happy festive occasion.
Winter is now just around the corner having had a good summer picking all fruits and finally harvesting our first big crop of Victoria plums, all summer fruits are available through the winter months from our frozen selection of fruit in our farm shop.
Up coming Events
Orders now being taken for Christmas
post to follow.
Local freshly cut trees will be available from 1st December,
To include, Traditional Norway spruce, None needle drop Nordman, Frazer fir, Blue spruce & Noble, also a selection of rooted potted trees will be available in the above varieties
Sunday 6th December our very popular Sunday carvery returns with Our own Delicious Roast Beef, & Turkey Carvery, bookings now being taken on 07969 024749.
Just suddenly realised that we have not updated with the latest news. The most important news is that we have won the prestigious John Neason Diversification Award 2015 presented to us by Mrs Barbara Neason at the presidents dinner Devon County Show an honour that has taken a lifetime and without all our customer support over the years at the abattoir and more recently the farm shop we would not have achieved this award.
Fruit picking has all come at once and we have been extremely busy. Our extension is now complete and we can offer facilities for small events, parties, business meetings and educational functions, as well as extra seating for Sunday lunch which is becoming very popular with repeat bookings.
Strawberry picking has come to an end until the late planting varieties fruit and we are looking forward to blueberries and our own Victoria plums, the first year we have had a good blossom set.
Welcome to 2015 just an update to tell you what has been going on.
The weather has been much drier than last year and we have been manic plating, pruning and mulching getting ready for the forth coming fruit season.
Strawberries are in full flower the earliest we have ever had them.
Also we have received council permission for our new development doubling our cafe area to facilitate a meeting and education venue which is due to commence early in April.
We would like to apologise for any inconvenience during construction and would hope to be fully operational by the end of may will post progress report during April & May.
Lastly we would like wish you a very happy Easter and Sunday lunches will be available from Easter Sunday.
Christmas opening Times
Open Saturday 27th 9am – 1pm
Sunday / Monday / Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 31st 9am – 2PM
Saturday 3rd January 2015 open as usual.
Home reared Geese only a few left.