Apley whets the appetite

Apley Farm Shop has been providing high quality, carefully selected, delicious, handmade, locally produced foods from our own estate, near Bridgnorth, for 11 years.

We are part of Apley Estate and remain committed to our customers and local community and would like to wish all of our customers and What’s What readers a very happy Easter and enjoyable Springtime.

Apley has so much to offer you, your family and even the dog, this Spring! Treat Mum on Mothering Sunday to an Apley special afternoon tea to dine in or take out, or book a 3-course meal in the beautiful setting of Apley Kitchen.

Within our butchery we supply our own Apley-reared beef and game, succulent fresh cuts of spring lamb and meat ranges, and freshly-prepared pies and pasties. The Farm Shop offers an array of tempting treats, pastries, breads and an extensive selection of cheeses to accompany a glass or two from our wine range. Apley Farm Shop has something unique for you to taste, discover and enjoy.

We hold exclusive play barn parties and other activities include the skylark nature trail, lamb feeding, animal park, craft and pottery painting – so much to keep your little ones entertained.

Why not take a little time to look around the farm shop, gift shops, florist’s and garden centre – and book your dog in for a treat in the dog park.

“Apley Farm Shop has something unique for you to taste, discover and enjoy”

The Times recently voted Apley Farm Shop as one of the top 30 Farm Shops in the UK, so why not come along and see for yourself?



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