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Drive-Through Strawberries at Primrose Vale


Drive-Through Strawberries at Primrose Vale

Primrose Vale, located midway between Cheltenham and Gloucester are now offering drive through strawberries!

So, if you fancy a delicious punnet of early locally grown strawberries and cream just follow the signs to “click and collect” where you will be served.  Theres’s no need to buy online beforehand, but please note that payment is by contactless card only....

Seasonal produce
Rhubarb and Asparagus crops ae producing well and available to purchase.

Pick Your Own
Plans are underway for socially distanced picking at some point in the summer - at the very earliest in late May - but of course this depends so much on what is deemed safe and sensible to do at that time.

Primrose Vale Farm Shop
Only 2 shoppers are allowed in at any given time with all safety precautions carried out by the staff to ensure the safety of their customers.  You will find a generally good and consistent supply of vegetables and daily essentials such as bread, eggs, meats and milk, plus other foods to help make a meal and to enjoy an occasional treat. Both bread and self raising flour are now available more often than not! Prices of veg are returning to more sensible levels too...
 
Click and Collect
Online shopping is available with orders fulfilled within 10 working hours. A range of boxes and individual items are available  - including fruit and vegetables, meat, dairy essentials, groceries (including flour) and frozen foods. Click here fore more information

Local Delivery service
Free for orders over £35 to local postcodes on Fridays and Saturdays. (£3 charge for smaller deliveries). Click here fore more information  

Primrose Vale Farm Shop is open 10 - 4 Friday for both the shop & click and collect (and all weekend of course!)


Explore Gloucestershire
15 May 2020


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