All about local food in and around the Herefordshire market town of Ledbury

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From the fruits of the land to traditional cider and perry, rare breed livestock, artisan food producers and much more, the Ledbury Food Group helps you discover the local ‘heroes’ who produce our food. You can meet our ‘heroes’ at food fairs and markets, farm visits and open days, on organised walks and at special food events.

We connect producers, retailers and consumers to encourage the availability of local food. Buying locally helps protect our rural landscape, sustains the heritage of our market town and boosts the economy of the area. We are proud of Ledbury’s numerous independent food outlets.

We organise the Ledbury Big Breakfast at the end of January and the food and drink festival for the Ledbury Celebration on the final day of the Poetry Festival in July. Let’s celebrate our local food heritage!

July Recipe – Creamy Lamb Casserole with Fennel and White Beans

July Recipe – Creamy Lamb Casserole with Fennel and White Beans

A savoury recipe for this month using lamb and fennel which are both in season at present.  Fennel is used a lot in Italian cookery …

Thanks to all who made the Great Ledbury Celebration a Great Success

Thanks to all who made the Great Ledbury Celebration a Great Success

The sun shone for the Great Ledbury Celebration 2017, and the High Street was filled with local food – 30 local producers bringing their varied …

Walk this way to find Ledbury’s food producers…

Walk this way to find Ledbury’s food producers…

Drop any line on a map of the countryside around Ledbury and you are likely to cut through a number of different farms, each with …

A Land of Fish and Honey

A Land of Fish and Honey

A chance encounter with a French couple in Italy last year, combined with a special offer from Brittany Ferries lead us to a recent holiday …

Pollination At Castle Fruit Farm

Pollination At Castle Fruit Farm

The magic of pollination has happened and we have a myriad of insects to thank and above all think about. Pollination is the transfer of …