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In the shadow of Hardy’s Monument in the Village of Martinstown in the Winter Bourne Valley Stevens Farm Shop was created.

Stevens Farm Shop is in Martinstown in the Winterbourne valley below Hardy’s Monument.
Stevens Farm is a family run farm where three generations of the Barnes family have farmed for 30 years.

Strong supporters of local produce and in particular Farmers markets which we have attended for the last seven years, it seemed a natural step to open our own farm shop in November 2005.
In the Shadow of Hardy’s Monument in the Village of Martinstown in the Winter

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We aim to provide the best local produce at the best price.

We offer a large range of seasonal and locally produced fruit and veg, bread and preserves as well as our deli counter and fresh meat counter. Running alongside the farm shop with have our coffee parlour serving a selection of hot beverages and light bites. Both the farm shop and the coffee parlour enjoy wonderful views of the Winterbourne valley including Hardy’s monument. So sit back and relay in the coffee parlour with your bottomless cup of coffee or tea and soak up the view.

We aim to provide the best local produce at the best price.

We offer a large range of seasonal locally produced fruit and veg, bread and preserves as well as products on our delicatessen and fresh meat counters. As a part of the farm shop with have the coffee parlour serving a selection of hot drinks and light snacks.
Why not select your shopping and then sit back and enjoy the view with a bottomless cup of tea or coffee while you wait for your order to be prepared?

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To complement the farm shop we have now opened our Farm Animal Corner where children and adults alike are able to see farm animals up close. Meet Salt and Pepper, our Oxford Sandy Black pigs. Say ‘Hi’, to Jenny and Billy our Bore goats or stroke Jack and Jill our pet sheep or coo over our rabbits and their new arrivals.

We have now opened our Farm Animal Corner.

Meet Salt and Pepper, our Oxford Sandy Black pigs. Say ‘Hi’, to Jenny and Billy our Bore goats or stroke Jack and Jill our pet sheep or coo over our rabbits and their new arrivals.