Black Cat Farm Shop, Roxton

About Black Cat Farm Shop

The Black Cat Farm Shop has been trading since 2014, the shop was previously called Garden Friends. We supply locally grown, fresh vegetables and fruit. We stock bread from Gunns Bakery in Sandy, and meat and pies Southalls Butchers in Great Barford. If you can't find what you need fresh, we may have it in the freezer.   Local honey, Milk Eggs, Cakes and Quiches, homemade preserves and many other products are also available.

We do not sell imported items out of season, and never stock Bananas, Lemons and Oranges (except Seville Oranges in January to encourage people to make their own Marmalade).

Orders are welcome, collection from the shop is encouraged.

Christmas Orders are now being taken for all your Christmas Food requirements, call us on 07522 559010 to chat about what you need, and what we can supply. Our prices are very competitive versus supermarkets, and all items supplied are produced in the local area to the shop.

Black Cat Farm Shop Opening Hours

Wednesday 10-4, Thursday 10-4, Friday 9-4, Saturday 9-4, Sunday 10-4

Location of Black Cat Farm Shop

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c/o Roxton Garden Centre, Bedford Road
Bedford Road

Tel: 07522 559 010


Vegetables, Honey, homemade preserves, Eggs, Apple Juice, Meat, Bread, Gunns, Southalls, Mrs Middleton, Asparagus

Our Online Products

– We Sell –

  • Eggs

  • Seasonal vegetables

    Seasonal vegetables
  • Preserves & honey

    Preserves & honey
  • Food gifts & hampers

    Food gifts & hampers

– Producer Reviews –

By far the best Farm Shop in Bedfordshire, Sue supports & uses local growers and crafters. The new extension will be a fantastic addition to the shop, looking forward to doing a course in there soon

Val Howson - 18 August 2017

1st class products, can't get enough of them, the online shop is a great idea.

Chris Mackay - 3 December 2010

I have been a customer since the venture started. All the preserves are fantastic and the honey is delicious. I would recommend a visit to one of her farmers markets.

Angie - 28 July 2010
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