Welcome to Elm Tree Farm
Elm Tree Farm Market Garden, supports around 30 people with learning disabilities to learn horticultural skills. Based in Stapleton, Bristol, we produce fruit and vegetables which we sell onsite in our farm shop. The shop also offers frozen meat, eggs, craft items, and flowers from other projects based at the Farm.
By buying our veg boxes, you are not only buying local, organically grown fresh produce, but you are also supporting a social enterprise that enables adults with learning disabilities and autism, to achieve their dreams and live the life they choose.
Why our veg boxes are different
- Zero travel miles
- All our produce is fresh off the farm
- Unlike many other veg box providers, all our produce is home grown and not purchased via wholesale
- Chemical free and grown using methods that promote local biodiversity
- Supporting people with learning disabilities and autism to learn skills in horticulture and food growing
- Commitment-free so you can pick and choose when you want one of our boxes
How to order
To place a click and collect order for one of our veg boxes, select the box for the current season. Please check the description for information on the box contents.
Click and collect is only available on Saturdays. To allow our team enough time to pack your veg box, orders placed after 12pm on Thursdays, will be available to collect a week on Saturday. Please do not come to collect your veg box until you have received your confirmation email which clearly shows your collection date. Please ensure you bring your confirmation email with you. You will need it as proof of purchase.
Payment confirmation and collection
After making payment, you will receive a confirmation email. Please show the email to the farm shop staff.
Veg boxes will be available for collection on Saturdays, 10am-5pm. If you would prefer to collect your order on Friday afternoon, please let us know by 5pm on Thursday. Please call Lynne on 07464 670 319.
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