Knowing our producers means knowing where our food comes from and how it is made, which is how we can be sure that our customers enjoy the very finest local produce. Use the links below to find out more about our producers and to see a full range of the produce that we supply.

Nurses Cottage
Started in 2005 by the Rollett family, Nurses Cottage is a traditional cottage producer of  cordials and presses which use the finest wild and natural ingredients to make both timeless and modern English recipes. From award winning elderflower presse to the Mulled Plum Potion, nurses cottage keep on creating.  New developments have been the Pershore Plum Presse and elderflower and gooseberry Presse. For more product information please follow this link

Press�s and Potions delivered to your door...
To order your nurses cottage drinks on line please visit Cider on Line . Click in the link opposite. For all trade or enquires please email lucy at  Bredon Hill Foods.
Plantation Cottage
Plantation Cottage is run by Lynda Whitcombe using fresh produce from her extensive and varied herb farm. Her famous jellies are made to order using the traditional 'drip bag' method which require no additives or preservatives.
These, along with her Victorian style sweet fruit vinegars are a treat for any food lover. More>>
Tiltridge Vineyard
Tiltridge vineyard is situated close to Upton on Severn and close the Bredon Hill. The vineyards were first established in the late 1980's with the planting of three grape varieties. Tiltridge produce high quality still and sparkling wines named after the composer Edward Elgar who is so closely associated with this area. The wines are fresh and fruity- typically of the English style. More>>

Minchew's Real Cyder & Perry
Minchew's Real Cyder & Perry has been produced commercially since 1993 and they now have the world's largest range of single variety Cyders and Perries. They are committed to producing the highest quality Cyders and Perries through natural methods, without the aid of artificial assistance, additives or chemicals. More>>
Pershore College
Pershore College is a renowned centre of horticulture, which sits below Bredon Hill on the edge of the town of Pershore. The college gardens and conservation areas cover 15 hectares, Crop production facilities include 12 hectares of fruit and computer controlled glasshouses, plus a nursery and a specialist plant unit. The new range of award winning naturally flavoured fruit juices are very popular. The juice ingredients are grown at the college, or sourced locally when needed. More>>

Simply Orchids
Tim Morris and family have over 30 years experience of growing orchids. Tim moved to little Comberton in 2003, familiar with the area having studied at Pershore Horticulture College he has spent many years dedicated to growing speciality orchids having pioneered much research within Europe. Having visited the glass houses it's a breath taking site to see so many plants given so much tentative care and attention to detail.

Anstey's Cheese
Colin and Alyson Anstey have been making and supplying traditional cheeses, including their famous Old Worcester White, from their farm in Worcestershire since 1985. Their own cheeses are carefully handmade using unpasteurised milk and vegetarian rennet and are traditionally clothbound. Ansteys are members of the Specialist Cheesemakers Association (SCA)and Heart of England Fine Foods (HEFF)

Chase House Farm
"Village lamb" Mr Alan Gobbin, Chase House Farm, Wyre Piddle.
Home produced shoulder or leg of Lamb. Home reared lamb grazed outdoors, this is a small family run farm containing a number of native breeds including Suffolk and Welsh. The meat is hung for at least a week to ensure tenderness.
Home Farm
Home Farm is a family run 150 acre mixed working farm, with sheep, cattle, pigs and poultry. The farm has been in the Meadows' family since 1953, when it was bought from Overbury Estates. It is currently run by Mick, Anne and James and is situated in the picturesque village of Bredon's Norton at the foot of Bredon Hill. More>>

Fladbury butchers Pies and Sausages
After several years as a chef at home and abroad, Simon Taylor achieved his boyhood dream and took over the running of his local village butchers shop in Fladbury. As an already award winning shop the former owner Colin ensured that none of his hard earned reputation was lost in his careful mentoring in Simons early days.
Crisp pastry, top quality pork shoulder and unique seasoning ensure that the pork pies have a well deserved reputation of being one of the best pies that many people have tasted. Simon's meat pies have an equally well deserved reputation, with his steak based pies delivering just the right amount of meat in delicious gravy, while his pea and ham pies are a joy to be

Worcestershire Honey
From Hinton on the Green, Elmley Castle and Great Comberton.
We have been lucky to meet some wonderful exponents of the art of bee-keeping.

R-Oil is produced by Campbell Environmental oils a new company based near Stow on the Wold. R-Oil is produced by cold pressing Rape Seed produced on the family farm. The resulting oil is totally unadulterated and natural and is high in Omega 3 and Omega 6 which are both good for the heart and lower blood pressure. R-Oil can be used as one would olive oil and especially suited to deep and shallow frying.

Kitts Kitchen
Chef Kitt Bamford produces some of the best pickles, chutneys and dressings in Worcestershire and already has several Taste of the West awards under his belt.
The range includes an action packed Salad Dressing ( Gold medal award ) This dressing is very versatile, great on jacket potatoes and homemade chips! Please refer to product range for the full list.

Gorse Hill Abbey Cheese
Colin and Anne Stacy produce a wonderfully unique range of cheeses using milk from their organic dairy heard at Gorse hill Abbey Farm.