Welcome to Manor Organic Farm. The home of our award winning shop, butchery, bakery and now Tea room We can be found on Main Street in Long Whatton, roughly mid way between the post office and village church, post code LE12 5DF.
Our opening hours are
Wed 9 - 5.30
Thurs 9 - 6
Fri 9 - 7
Sat 9 - 4
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Our new Tea Room is now up and running. It can be found in the Granary above the goats. We have a delicious range of teas and coffees along with a lunch menu that reflects the talents of Sam and James and also showcases the range of products produced on the farm. For the summer we have two offers available, a ploughman's lunch with a choice of drinks for 2 for £10 and Tea or coffee and cake for £3.50 mornings from 9 until 11. The Tea room itself is open on shop days from 9 until 4.30.
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Manor Organic Farm in Long Whatton, Leicestershire, is a family farm, farmed by Graeme and Vivienne Matravers The farm is home to a magnificent herd of Longhorn cows and a flock of pedigree Lleyn sheep. There are also chickens,turkeys and some cereal crops.We must not forget the two goats, Linda and Sadie and Snuggums the donkey.
All the meat is sold through the farm shop and the on site bakery turns some of our wheat, rye and spelt into freshly baked bread, Our artisan baker and master butcher are there to provide you with a friendly and helpful shop.
We have been farming organically since 1989 and believe that organic farming is a positive philosophy, and is more than just avoiding the use of artificial chemicals and fertilisers. It is an approach to farming which views the farm as a whole system in harmony with the natural surroundings and nature itself. The farm is accredited by the Soil Association as organic.
Healthy soil, healthy food, healthy people...
We are all passionate about caring for our animals and the farm environment. We have plenty of space to winter the animals indoors and plenty of organic grass for them during the rest of the year. The farm is part of a Higher level environmetal stewardship scheme which includes restoring wildflower meadows and other traditional grasslands as well as hedgerow and field margin management.
Since arriving here in 1995 we have planted over 1800 tress and restored 2 miles of hedgerow.
Around the farm local wildflowers, grown specifically to attract beneficial insects such as lacewings, hoverflies and ladybirds flourish in maintained hedgerows. An integrated rotation means crops can be grown specifically for the farm's needs. Graeme and Vivienne's approach goes far beyond the day-to-day workings of Manor Farm.
Our farm shop offers a wide range of organic produce, including organic meat, organic vegetables, organic poultry and organic bread from our own bakery. The farm beef comes from its stock of a local rare breed of cattle, the Longhorn, and the lamb is from its pedigree herd of Lleyn sheep. And for Christmas we have our own organic turkeys reared on the farm
We make an award winning range of sausages and burgers and cure our own bacon.
It is well worth a visit, with plenty of parking, friendly, knowledgable staff and the two goats, donkey, rabbits and a host of other animals to feed and see and now a new Tea room
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Call us on: 01509 646413 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Alternatively please send us a message with your enquiry.