The fifth of the contributors to the 12 Gifts of Christmas competition is PECKS FARM SHOP!
Pecks Farm Shop was established 15 years ago when it was no longer viable to continue milking cows. They still have a follower herd and still deliver milk to the doorsteps of over 20 villages providing a vital service for people in remote areas. They deliver fruit and vegetables and anything else to the doorstep, as part of the service! Pecks Farm Shop is an amazing combination of local fruit and vegetables, artisan breads, chutneys, jams, delicious cakes, English wine, local beer and a Gin Temple dedicated to local artisan gins.
Pecks Farm Shop have contributed an enormous (2kg!) bar of indulgent belgian chocolate, and a scrumptious locally-made Christmas pudding, bursting with flavour.
‘I am delighted to be able to help The Rural Business Awards by donating some lovely goodies to a lucky winner, and for a very worthwhile charity to receive a donation this Christmas.’
This means that the value of the hamper is now £132. The Rural Business Awards will match the overall value of the hamper as a donation to the public’s chosen charity. Follow the links to cast your vote in our Twitter or Facebook polls.
Remember, if you want to be entered in the prize draw to win the hamper, share and comment on one of our 12 Gifts of Christmas posts on social media before 5pm on 12th December 2018.
For more information on the 12 Gifts of Christmas competition, read our launch blog.
To learn more about Pecks Farm Shop, go to their website: www.pecksfarmshop.co.uk