Sample Sidebar Module

This is a sample module published to the sidebar_top position, using the -sidebar module class suffix. There is also a sidebar_bottom position below the menu.

Sample Sidebar Module

This is a sample module published to the sidebar_bottom position, using the -sidebar module class suffix. There is also a sidebar_top position below the search.
Recipes

You can try all sorts of variations on your theme with summer fruits.

My father, who first started West Green Fruits, was something of a purist in his fruit eating habits – i.e. strawberries and raspberries should be eaten as such or used for jam, and that was that!,

My family is happy to eat summer fruits cooked or fresh, on the basis that if you like something in whatever form, it’s good.

You can use blackcurrants, tayberries and/or tummelberries instead of blackberries when making crumbles and pies, especially with apple. I even use raspberries sometimes.

Rhubarb and blackcurrants mixed is nice and has a bit of a tangy zing to the flavour. I use approximately 2 parts rhubarb to 1 part blackcurrants.

Gooseberries tend to be better sieved when making fools, sorbets and ice cream as the skins and pips can be a bit disappointing. However, whole gooseberries in pies and crumbles are delicious as they come.

We always welcome suggestions for recipes, and as time goes by we hope to increase our selection with customers’ favourites.

Whilst strawberries do not freeze well frozen strawberries still make excellent jam, like most frozen fruit. Just add the sugar to the frozen fruit to defrost ans the strawberries keep their colour well.

Opening Hours

2018 - FRUIT SEASON

Final day of 2018 Season
Saturday 8th September 2018

We reserve the right to close without notice if necessary

Please re-check this site & facebook for latest information

or call 01252 845772 for information from May 1st

CHRISTMAS BARN 2018:

The Christmas Barn opens:
Saturday November, 24th 2018
until stock runs out
or December 22nd. latest

Open DAILY (inc Mondays)
9am - 4.30pm

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