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Townings Farm

Plumpton Road
North Chailey
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Townings farm is a traditional low weald family farm in the rural village of Chailey, East Sussex. We are well known for our giant pumpkins at Halloween but there are lots of other things we produce!

Our farm shop sells home produced, Hebridean lamb, beef and pork. All our meat comes from traditional breeds of cattle, sheep and pigs which are reared on our farm as naturally as possible, to give the very best flavour. You know you're getting quality, traceable, British Meat. The shop also stocks Vegetables Jams Chutny and Jellys made localy, and many other tasty treats. We also sell pure natural wool from our sheep.

Farm visits can be arranged for small or large groups please contact us for details. If you fancy getting away from it all why not come and stay on our Caravan Club certified CL caravan site idyllically situated between views of the famous South Downs, rolling English countryside and woodland.

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