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Title: The information in this leaflet is taken from the Directory of Local Products maintained by the Economy and Tourism Group of the Warminster and Villages Community Partnership.


1
Why Buy Local?
Products
Warminster Surrounding Villages
  • To support local producers
  • To boost the local economy
  • To reduce the distance that
  • produce travels to point of sale
  • To cut transport costs
  • To enhance regional
  • distinctiveness

There is something of a renaissance for British
food and drink with an increased demand for
natural and local products. All the food and
drink featured in this leaflet is produced in
Warminster and the surrounding 24 parishes and is
available locally. Key to map locations Beer k Br
eakfast cereals i Cakes, baked products c Eggs c
Fish e,g Fruit and vegetables a (PYO),c Home
cooked meals p Honey h,n Malt m Meat d,g,h,o Pr
eserves b,c Watercress j Wine   l
LOCALLY PRODUCED FOOD DRINK 2009/2010
The information in this leaflet is taken from the
Directory of Local Products maintained by the
Economy and Tourism Group of the Warminster and
Villages Community Partnership. The Directory
encompasses a wide range of different types of
products manufactured, created or grown in
Warminster and the surrounding villages,
including garden products, arts and crafts and
furniture. It can be viewed in Warminster
Information Centre, Warminster Library and the
Town Council Offices it is also online at
www.westwilts-communityweb.com/site/wvcp-economy-a
nd-tourism-group and www.thewarminsterway.com.
The Economy and Tourism Group of the WVCP has
produced this leaflet and welcomes information
from new producers. Contact the Secretary Chris
Montagu on 01985 301954 Please mention this
leaflet when contacting producers. The
information in this leaflet was updated in March
2009.
"Buy Local"
2
a. Seasonal fruit and vegetables including
rhubarb, strawberries, raspberries, currants,
gooseberries, beans. PYO at Thoulstone Park
Nursery, Warminster Road, Chapmanslade. 01373
832664 thoulstoneparknursery_at_hotmail.com
b. Jams, chutneys, marmalades from Helens
Preserves (01985 217013) at Wiltshire Farmers
Market Society held in morning on third Friday of
each month outside Warminster Library.
c. Cakes, pastries and savouries, seasonal
fruit and vegetables, free range eggs, preserves
from Warminster Country Market every Friday 09.30
to 11.30 at Warminster Library. 01985 840536 or
01985 216560.
d. Home made sausages, additive free burgers,
faggots, cooked meats and pies from Chris
Robbinss shop at 76 Market Place, Warminster.
Supplier to Jacquelines Restaurant. 01985
213052. www.cjrobbins.co.uk
p. Home cooked food from Pennys Pantry,
Warminster. 01985 214900, 0751 3283410,
pennynellyp_at_aol.com
e. Prawns, shellfish and seafood selections from
Lyons Seafoods at Morrisons supermarket,
Warminster. www.lyons-seafoods.com
o. Sausages, burgers, BBQ items, cooked ham from
Chris Linham Traditional Family Butcher Chinns
Court, Warminster. 01985 846891
n. Nigel Mylnes Brixton Deverill honey at
Linham Butchers, Chinns Court, Warminster and
from The Ginger Piggery, Boyton.
nmylneswalker_at_aol.com
f. Honey from Salisbury Plain from Field Honey
Farms. Available from J J Longleys stall at
Warminster Friday market, and Wylye Valley
Vineyard shop, Crockerton.
m. Home brew malt 25 kg bags. Traditionally
made at Warminster Maltings, 39 Pound Street,
Warminster. 01985 212014.
www.warminster-malt.co.uk
g. Smoked fish, duck, ham, beef, all locally
sourced, at The Wiltshire Smokehouse, Unit 16,
Deverill Road Trading Estate, Sutton Veny. 09.00
to 17.00 Monday to Friday, and Saturday am.
01985 840452. jon.smoke_at_tiscali.co.uk
www.wilts-smokehouse.co.uk. Also at
The Ginger Piggery, Boyton and Wylye Valley
Vineyard Shop.
l. Wiltshire wine from Wylye Valley Vineyard,
Sutton End, Crockerton. Monday to Saturday 10.00
to 17.30 (Friday until 19.30). 01985 211337.
dalepaul_at_ukonline.co.uk. Also available at
Jacquelines Restaurant, Warminster.

h. Fresh home produced traditional meat (raw
and cooked) from The Ginger Piggery, Boyton Farm,
Boyton and also from Warminster Farmers Market.
01985
850381. caroline_at_boytonfarm.co.uk
www.thegingerpiggery.co.uk
k. Cask beer from Wessex Brewery, Rye Hill
Farm, Longbridge Deverill. 01985 844532.
wessexbrewery_at_ tinyworld.co.uk. Available at Fox
and Hounds Warminster, Bath Arms Crockerton, Bath
Arms Horningsham and The George Longbridge
Deverill and Wylye Valley Vineyard shop.
i. Homegrown organic breakfast cereals from
Pertwood Organic Farm Cereals. 01985 217770.
Available from The Ginger Piggery and directly
via website www.pertwood.co.uk
j. Organic watercress from John Hurds Organic
Watercress, Hill Deverill. 01985 840260.
www.organicwatercress.co.uk. Available at The
Ginger Piggery. Supplier to Jacquelines
Restaurant.
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