The Christmas 2017 and New Year opening times are as follows: Christmas opening times: Open Saturday 23rd 9am – 6pm Closed Sunday 24th – Wednesday 27th (No Newspapers) Open Thursday 28th New Year opening times: Open Friday 29th Open Saturday 30th Open Sunday 31st until 12:30 Closed Monday 1st – Tuesday 2nd (No Newspapers)
Due to a road closure for resurfacing in Piercebridge village our shop and cafe is closed for one week from the 31st July 2017 to the 6th August 2017. We will be reopen on the 7th August 2017, business as usual.
We will be closed on Easter Sunday and Easter Monday in 2017. Piercebridge Organics will be opening as usual at all other times. Happy Easter!
The Christmas 2016 and New Year 2017 opening times are as follows: Shop & Cafe 24th Dec open morning Close 12pm 25th Closed 26th Closed 27th Closed open again 28th. New Year 31st Dec open morning Close 12pm 1st Jan Closed 2nd Jan Closed 3rd Jan Closed 4th Jan open as normal. Post Office Closed Monday 26th Closed Monday 2nd
Welcome to our brand new website, launched in January 2016. If you are reading this, you are looking at our new website. With this new website, we hope to bring you some improvements, with things like: Better overall appearance and navigation. Better mobile appearance – works well on all devices – for people on handheld devices. To combine the websites …
Harry’s famous eggs can be found at the Piercebridge farm shop! If you love Harry’s eggs, you can pick some up at our farm shop. They are free range, organic and certified by the Soil Association.
This is our first post of many, we hope you like our new website!
We are hugely excited to announce that our eggs have won the Soil Association Food Awards. The awards were judged by a panel of celebrity Chefs and health Gurus who picked out our eggs from many entries as the best tasting. We put so much work and effort into all that we do, so it is great to receive recognition …
A lot of our farm shop visitors ask us about our white organic eggs, these eggs are laid by our Leghorn hens one of which Harry is holding in the picture. You can see more of the hens on our meet the hens page.
Over all the years we have never come across this. It was by chance we saw this when we were making egg mayonnaise for the cafe. We thought it was quite remarkable. If you have any bizarre eggs, triple or quadruple yokers for instance please send pictures and we will load them into this news section.
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