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1 Best Local Food Awards 2005 This presentation outlines the wealth of Local Food supporters currently located in the South Brent area, within postcode region TQ10 9xx.  South Brent has a whole range of provision including –Producers –Retailers –Inns and Restaurants –Accommodation providers –Schools and local organisations

2 Producers  Home Bakery  Bramley & Gage Liqueurs  Culver Park Nurseries  Home Park Farm  Hatchland Trout Farm

3 Home Bakery  Bread, rolls, pies and cakes freshly baked daily at the bakery in South Brent  Distributed to a wide range of shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants across South Devon  Sold in South Brent through ‘Crumbs & Cuppa’

4 Bramley & Gage Liqueurs  We make all our liqueurs ourselves, using only real, fresh fruit as our starting point.  Won the Supreme Champion Award in this years South West Food and Drink Competition with our SLOE GIN.

5 Culver Park Nursery  Old Traditional Garden Nurseries  Seasonal Vegetables, Tomatoes and Summer Fruits  Relax in our Gardens or Tea- Room with cream teas light snacks (jams and cakes all home made).  B&B or Self catering accommodation

6 Retailers  The Pantry  South Brent Butchers  South Brent News  Co-op Supermarket

7 The Pantry  Specialising in Local and Wholefoods, Deli counter, Fresh Bread Daily  Produce from a wide range of local suppliers is available daily  Local deliveries on a Thursday afternoon.

8 The Pantry - Suppliers Fruit and Vegetables Riverford Organic Veg Boxes - Riverford Organic Vegetables Bean Sprouts and Alfalfa - Sky Sprouts, Staverton, Nr Totnes Local Fruit and Vegetables – Local Producers Other Fruit and Vegetables – Cornish Farmers Fruit and Vegetables, Saltash. Cream, Milk, Ice-cream and Yoghurts Salcombe Dairy Langage Farm, Plympton Riverford Farm, Staverton Bread Fox’s Bakery, Modbury Seed’s of Totnes (Organic) Apple Juice Heron Valley, Loddiswell Cheeses Ticklemore Hawkridge Sharpham Water Clearly Devon – Mitchelcombe. Holne Bacon and Sausages Jilly’s of Dartmouth Kenniford Farm of Exeter Quiches, Pies and Desserts Oakmoor of Okehampton Crisps Burts of Kingsbridge Tea and Coffee Miles Tea and Coffee Co, Kingsbridge

9 The Pantry – Suppliers cont. Tofu, Goats Yoghurt, Ewes Yoghurt and Tofu Burgers Nature’s Made, South Molton Smoked Salmon, Trout and Mackerel, Smoked Chicken, Duck and Pate Dartmouth Smokehouse, Dartmouth Honey The Bee Farm, Okehampton Devonshire Honey, Doddiscombeleigh Pickles and Chutneys Ottervale Products, Budleigh Salterton Ede’s of Milehouse, Plymouth Pasties and Pies Brittons of Devon Confectionery Cocoa Tree, Chillington Cakes Auntie’s Home-made Cakes, Buckfastleigh

10 South Brent Butchers  Neil Langworthy runs the village butchers shop as well the original mobile shop service from his South Brent premises  Suppliers of Quality Meat, Poultry, Sausage and Bacon

11 South Brent Butchers - Suppliers LambJohn Goodman, South Brent BeefJeff Stone, East Ogwell PorkLang’s, Ashburton Quick’s, Crediton PoultryLocally sourced TurkeyRattery GeeseLower Washbourne Hogs PuddingNewton Abbot Sausages & BurgersMade on the premises

12 South Brent News In addition to being the newsagent, the shop provides basic foods through the ‘Londis’ brand of independently-owned stores.  Milk –Newlands Farm, Okehampton  Cheese –Gold Medal Cheddar, Wyke’s Farm, Somerset –Londis own brand, Somerset (voted ‘Best own brand cheese’)  Eggs –Somerset

13 Inns & Restaurants  The Royal Oak  Glazebrook House Hotel  The Turtley Corn Mill  The Pack Horse Inn  The Friary Fish & Chips

14 The Royal Oak  The pub has a true ‘a la carte’, silver service restaurant.  All the meals are freshly prepared using only the freshest local ingredients, sourced locally wherever possible.  Everything is homemade by our chefs – including the bread.

15 Glazebrook House Hotel  Since taking over the Hotel, Alan and Maggie Davey have worked hard to develop the hotel.  All the dishes are prepared with the freshest and best ingredients, sourced locally where possible, under the watchful eye of our chef David Merriman

16 Glazebrook House Hotel - Suppliers MeatSouth Brent Butchers The Devon Meat Company MNS Ostriches, Holsworthy WaterDevonia Water, East Allington FishS&J Fisheries, Plymouth Westcountry Smoke Houses Organic Fruit Juices Luscombe Farms, Buckfastleigh Dairy Produce Langage Farm R Bruckner & Sons Sharpham Partnership Hawkridge Dairies Honey and Jams Bob Rooks, Glazebrook Court W.I. Markets, Ivybridge Highfield Preserves, Tiverton BreadRiverford Farm Shop, Totnes SnacksBurts Hand Fried Potato Chips Fruit & Veg Seymour Fruits, PlymptonWinesSharpham Partnership, Totnes Bramley and Gage, S. Brent

17 Turtley Corn Mill  Recently bought by owners of The Ship at Noss Mayo.  Currently undergoing major re- furbishment, to re-open for Xmas.  Like The Ship, the owners will concentrate on high quality restaurant trade, using the best of local ingredients.

18 Accommodation  Glazebrook House Hotel  Church House B&B  Great Palstone Caravan Park  Edeswell Farm Caravan Park  Knowle Farm Cottages + B&B

19 Church House B&B  A small bed and breakfast in South Brent (Church House, Wellington Square).  For our cooked breakfast provision we only use locally purchased food i.e. bacon & sausage from the local butcher, eggs from local hen owners, bread from the local bakers.

20 Great Palstone Caravan Park  We encourage our seasonal pitch users and touring caravans to use the facilities within the village and surrounding areas. The village is only a 10 minute walk away and many of our customers use the shops regularly.  We also try and promote the local pubs and shops by carrying menu's and information.

21 Edeswell Farm Caravan Park  Caravans, lodges and cottages, set in 22 acres with natural woodland and the Harbourne River as its boundaries.  Promotes the availability of local produce to all it’s visitors.

22 Schools and local organisations  Moorland Childcare Centre  Village Hall committee  Old School Centre  Parish Council

23 Moorland Childcare Centre  All children have access to a snack and drinks during the early years education sessions and these are included in the fees. We promote a healthy eating policy and the snack menu is available for parents to see at the Centre. Lunch can be provided and consists of freshly prepared and cooked two course meals, using local organic produce wherever possible.  A 'high tea' is also available at 5pm. Sample menus are available. Menus are designed to be attractive, well-balanced and to fulfil the dietary requirements of young children. Special diets (e.g. vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free) can be accommodated.  Sourced from Riverford and other local suppliers

24 Village Hall  Has recently spent £36,000 equipping the hall to cater for functions of up to 100 people.  To celebrate the completion a meal cooked by the Royal Oak team using local produce is being prepared for 100 local guests on 25 th November.  The Committee promotes the use of local caterers to hirers.

25 Old School Centre  Committee promotes local suppliers to course organisers and room hirers  Drinks and snacks for coffee bar sourced from village shops.  Houses the Playgroup who utilise local suppliers for their meals and snacks.

26 Parish Council  Parish Council fully supports all local business, especially those which themselves promote local trade.  2003 Local Plan specifically identifies: –Promotion of the range of shops and services to residents and visitors; consider a ‘Welcome to South Brent’ promotion –Ensure local firms are used, wherever practical, for parish projects  Annual Parish Dinner is held each year at a restaurant within the Parish.  Parish Council is acting as the lead body for ‘Best Local Food Awards’ 2005

27 Markets & Festivals  The Parish Council feels it is more beneficial and sustainable for our community that we promote the sale of local produce through existing and new retail outlets in the village, because: Local shops are generally available 6 days a week to all residents Small shops might be unable to cope with excessive demand on the single day/morning of a market. Shops have to meet the overheads of rates, insurance, staff costs etc which give market stalls an unreasonable advantage. Most retailers and suppliers want steady, ongoing sales rather than short bursts of activity.

28 Best Local Food Awards 2005 We hope this presentation has given a flavour of what South Brent has to offer, and all the businesses featured look forward to welcoming you to South Brent in the near future.

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