DUE TO A HUGE SURGE IN DEMAND AT THE MOMENT WE ARE NOT ABLE TO TAKE ON MORE CUSTOMERS - APOLOGIES

WE ALREADY HAVE 60 CUSTOMERS ON OUR WAITING LIST BUT CONTACT US IF YOU WANT TO BE ADDED TO THIS

PLEASE NOTE THAT OUR BOX SCHEME ONLY PROVIDES HOME DELIVERY IN AND AROUND WYE AND IN CANTERBURY, AND COLLECTION POINTS IN ASHFORD, HYTHE, ALDINGTON, SALTWOOD, FOLKESTONE, LYMINGE, BRIDGE, WHITSTABLE AND FAVERSHAM ONLY

IF YOU ARE SELF-ISOLATING AND/OR HAVE VULNERABLE PEOPLE IN YOUR HOUSEHOLD PLEASE CONTACT YOUR LOCAL COUNCIL - THEY WILL BE ABLE TO PUT YOU IN TOUCH WITH SUPPORT GROUPS, WHO WILL HELP WITH SHOPPING AND OTHER ESSENTIALS

Wye Food Festival 2013

This year’s Wye Food Festival – between Saturday June 15th and Sunday June 23rd – is on the theme of good   clean local food. You’ll be able to  see where local meat, fruit and vegetables   are grown, and discover how local  bread, sausages, chutneys and cheese are   made. There’ll be dishes using locally-produced food in Wye’s pubs and   restaurants, and opportunities to  produce your own real food. And with food  goes drink, including a special Wye  beer. It’ll be a world away from   highly-processed, mass-produced  food... And there’s a  new theme this year – food walks. As part of plans by the Wye Business  Association to make “Walkers are Welcome” in Wye, the Food   Festival will include some lovely local walks, both gentle and more   adventurous, taking in food (and drink) in Wye past and present.  For more information, go to www.wyefood.org.uk or email wyefood@gmail.com. The  Festival is coordinated by the Wye Business Association’s Food   Group, which  includes Wye Bakery, Ripple Farm Organics , Wye Community Farm,   Wye Butchers  and Deli, the King’s Head, Wife of Bath, New Flying Horse, the Tickled Trout, Wooden Spoon, and many more. See www.wyebusiness.org.uk.