Orders placed between now (Friday 11.30am) and Wednesday 1st April midnight will be delivered on Saturday 4th April.
This box is designed to provide basic fresh ingredients for 2 people for 1 week. Additional items may be available going forward for those that want more variety.
Subscription option for auto payment on a weekly basis is included at the bottom if needed.
Veg and Meat contents may vary slightly week to week but approximate contents includes:
Vegetables and Fruit:
2.5kg Potatoes (Type may vary - e.g. New potato, Maris Piper etc)
1 pack of Mini Sweetcorn/Green Beans
250g of vine tomatoes (2-3 tomatoes)
1 Cos Lettuce
1 Cabbage (may be green/red or white)
Apples 500g (2-4 apples dependant on apple type)
Small Bananas 500g (3-5 depending on size)
Free Range Pork Sausages - 6 thick cut.
Beef or Pork Mince - 500g (in two smaller packs of 250g)
1 Pack (500g) of diced meat or steaks (e.g. Diced beef, Lamb Chop, Pork Chop)
1 loaf of bread (Wholemeal as standard, but white can be substituted if preferred)
Mature Cheddar Cheese 250g
6 Free Range Eggs
4 Pints of Semi Skimmed milk (in 2 x 2 pint bottles so you can freeze one)
Delivery Day Saturdays
(please contact us if desperate between these times we may still be able to help)
Orders must be placed by Wednesday Night for Delivery on Saturday. We are looking at ways to arrange automatic repeat orders for those who need this weekly. Please email us if you require this.
If demand is high, local vulnerable people will be prioritised if necessary (those over 70 and those with underlying medical conditions that mean they are required to remain completely isolated).
***If you know a vulnerable person in Northiam or Beckley who does not use the internet but who needs this box - please either email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) or contact the parish council of Beckley or Northiam who will be able to contact us on their behalf. We are aware that some isolated members of the community are struggling to collect money and do not use internet banking or online payments. The parish councils and their volunteers may be able to assist with this.***
Please note. Eggs pictured are our old stock - current eggs are all brown not multicoloured anymore :-)