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Farm Shops in Midhurst

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Cowdray Farm Shop

Cowdray Park
Easebourne
Midhurst
Sussex
GU29 0AJ
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Cowdray Farm Shop, has the finest food from the Cowdray Estate and many other local producers across the South Downs National Park and southern region. Housed in a beautifully renovated wood-workers barn, traditional-style shelves and cabinets display a magnificent array of local food and drinks.

Bread is baked fresh in the Farm Shop Bakery, using flour milled from grain grown on the Estate, along with cakes and other bakes. Beef and lamb reared on the Estate are cut and trimmed in the Farm Shop Butchery and a wide range of excellent pork and poultry from top quality named farms is also available. The Deli counter displays local cheeses, cured meats and other delicacies and the extensive range of local home-made pickles, jellies and chutneys make ideal accompaniments to fresh produce.

The Farm Shop is open seven days a week. No visit to Cowdray Farm Shop is complete until you have enjoyed lunch or afternoon tea in The Priory Café, created in the restored workers dwelling alongside.

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Jantella Wool Shop (Crafts)

J.E. Allnutt & Son (Jewellery)

The Artworks Studio (Art)

Thorpe Patricia (Antiques)

A Touch of Art Gallery (Art)

Posy Bowl (Florists)

Wild Wood Antiques (Antiques)

Easebourne Gallery (Art)

The Midhurst Book Shop (Books CDs and Games)

Day Lewis (Chemists)

Michael Courtney Family Butchers (Butchers)

Peter's Barn Gallery (Art)

Paxton & Welham Ltd (Opticians)

The Nutrition Consultants (Healthcare)

Boots (Chemists)

Wheelers Bookshop (Books CDs and Games)

Mark Kimber (Shoes)

Down to Earth (Food & Drink)

A touch of Art (Art)

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