The Gog Farm Shop
Just three miles south-east of Cambridge, this award-winning family-run operation consists of a farm shop, deli, butchery and café. It started life in 1919 when Fred Bradford (great grandfather) arrived at what was then called Heath Farm. The name was changed to Gog Magog Hills Farm Shop in 2005, after the nearby Gog Magog Downs.
The deli and farm shop are home to a vast and alluring range of foods, from great British cheeses, fresh fruit and vegetables to store-cupboard essentials.
The café is the perfect place to catch up with friends and family over bacon sandwiches, coffee and cakes. We can certainly recommend the Great Taste Award-winning scotch eggs!
But if you’re a carnivore don’t leave without visiting the Gog’s award-winning butchery. It is one of the best you’ll find anywhere. The butchery team are an integral part of the farm and take great pride in the meat they sell, always ensuring it is of the highest quality. They have long-term relationships with their suppliers and regularly visit their farms… and it shows.
By Philip Seaman, Cambridgeshire editor