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award-winning cattle, sheep and pigs. A stalwart of the farmers markets, Jilly knows all her stock and can tell you exactly which beast the meat you’re buying has come from. You can tell it’s well cared for as the meat is so delicious.


Mark Lobb


Coming from landlocked Worcestershire to Kingswear, we didn’t know too much about fish before we arrived. Over the past 10 years, Dartmouth


fishmonger Mark Lobb has taught us about fish, fishing and the local industry with patience and enthusiasm. Fabulous Fish is one of our most popular courses at the cookery school – our students want to cook and eat more fish and seafood and we love working with Mark to get the best fish available from Brixham throughout the year. We’re looking forward to Mark getting into his new shop in the Market Square and have also finally learnt to deal with his strapline “And what else can I sell you?!”


 


Sally Vincent We got to know Sally through


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   


Poole Farm has been in the Thomas family for over half a century producing award winning pork, sausages, dry cured hams and bacon smoked and unsmoked.


   


Our produce has won Taste of the West awards for the last 6 years and we are proud to supply to shops, pubs, hotels, farm shops, restaurants and cafes throughout South Devon, with a delivery service. We also sell directly to


      


Silver ‘Taste the West’ award for Cooked Honey roast ham, green gammon cooked; plain pork sausages and pork chipolatas; dry cured, smoked streaky, smoked back bacon and our dry cured green back and green streaky bacon.


Hog Roast & BBQ’s are our speciality


   


 


the public through Farmers’ Markets,.


 


  


We offer a wonderful Hog Roast and Barbeque service available for parties, events and special occasions too. This includes fill service and clearing away leaving no work for you.


  


Sally Thomas trained as a Chef, has many years of catering experience and is happy to directly discuss your requirements.


* We also supply shops, pubs, restaurants, cafés & farm shops * Come and see us at Farmers’ markets, Local shows and events


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 


For more infomation tel: 01803 812719 (Poole Farm) 01626 821056 (Office) Sally 07788 925773 Email: info@poolefarmltd.com


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the Slow Food movement in Devon and her passion for food is infectious. Sally and Paul have a smallholding just outside Dittisham and farm White-faced Dartmoor sheep. They have now branched out into a few pigs – to keep them young, Sally says. We have been big fans of their lamb and hogget for a long time and are now whole-hearted supporters of the pork produced at Brambletorre. We’ve just taken delivery of half of one of their first porkers – I have to admit there’s a lot of pork in the freezer now but having sampled a couple of pieces, it’s sweet, juicy and delicious.


Country Cheeses, Totnes


A trip to Totnes isn’t complete without a trip to Country Cheeses. It’s just a heaven of cheeses from all over the West Country. The staff are hugely knowledgeable as well as generous with their tastings so you get exactly what you want. All our local favourites are there including Mary Quicke’s fantastic cheddars and Sharpham’s amazingly buttery Elmhirst.


South Devon Chilli Farm If you’re heading out to


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