Bringing Local Fresh Food Right To Your Table
Fanfield Farm is an Ecological Organic Community Farm in Arlington, East Sussex.
We believe in the vision and have fond memories of the days where we cared less about mass production and more about the quality of food being put on our plates.
We will produce seasonal vegetable boxes to Arlington and the surrounding areas with everything grown to organic practices.
We produce local food. Growing with the older hand tool methods that mean we don’t need huge tractors or 100 acres of land. This means we can get the food on to your plate fresher, faster and whilst improving the soil we grow in, and keeping our carbon footprint as low as possible.
We are growing Lettuce, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Courgettes, Peppers, Carrots, Rocket, Spinach, Watercress, Green Beans, Runner Beans, Leeks, Chard, Kale, Garlic, Potatoes, Onions and much more.
Starting June 2020 we will be running a local vegetable box scheme to Arlington and the surrounding areas in East Sussex. Want to find out more, get in touch!
Coming Soon to Lewes, East Dean, Framfield, Hailsham, Heathfield, Uckfield and more..
We will be at the local markets across East Sussex every week with a fresh range of vegetables, fruit and eggs that are locally grown.
Local Veg Boxes
Coming in June 2020
We are a proud member of the Community Supported Agriculture community and you can support us by subscribing to a weekly vegetable box.. grown locally and delivered right to your door!
Come and See
We are a community farm, which means we want you to come and see how we grow. Follow us on social media to find out when we are open and follow our progress, plus hear about regular volunteer days!
Arlington, East Sussex
We have taken a big step and have purchased land to grow even more for the 2020 growing season. We have embarked on a journey to turn a field in to an ecological and regenerative farm in Arlington, East Sussex.
It is our mission to feed 200 families locally in the East Sussex area whilst regenerating the soil, reducing our carbon footprint and setting up an ecological future-proof farm.
Organic Certified by The Soil Association
We produce all of our crops completely organically. We don’t use pesticides or chemicals; we use all organic matter, soil & compost.
And recently our new farm land has been approved Organic by the Soil Association. We are working hard to maintain the relationship between great organic food and locally produced food… it’s part of our mission… and organic sign off was the first part in this journey.
Seeds So Far
Different Products Growing
"Everywhere around the world, people's eyes are being opened to the ravages of industrial agriculture; pesticides, GMOs, cancer, agribusiness."
– Jean-Martin Fortier, The Market Gardener
"Along with this growing awareness is an increasing demand for healthy, local, organic food."
– Jean-Martin Fortier, The Market Gardener
"Nearly everywhere we look, the stirrings of a revolution are becoming increasingly clear; people are farming differently."
– Helene Raymond & Jacques Mathe
"Lets' live a new definition of what it is to be a farmer: one who is at the root of the community by serving the needs of those in it"
– Curtis Stone, The Urban Farmer.
Blog Posts and Videos
How to Grow Lettuce in the UK Our growing diary of lettuce in the UK 2019. Lettuce is seen as something that is easy to grow in the UK, but many have heard this and found it untrue when growing from seed. Whilst we haven't ever experienced difficulty in growing, we...
How to Grow Tomatoes in the UK My growing diary of tomatoes in the UK 2019. Growing tomatoes in gardens and on the patio over recent years has seen up and down results in the past for me. Planting from seed, sticking them in a patio pot and hoping for yummy tomatoes...
How to Grow Salanova Lettuce in the UK This video is the complete rundown on how to grow Salanova Lettuce. Salanova is awesome, it’s not easy to get hold of in the UK but I have found a supplier and am growing it in big beds ready to increase next growing season. In...
Fanfield Farm - The Story When I was a young boy, my parents used to take me, from our home town Southampton, up to Worksop near Sheffield to spend time on my Great Aunts Farm. Auntie Prue was a formidable and incredibly strong woman who in the local community needed...