We are able to accept a limited number of new customers – we will give priority to those who are shielding/self-isolating.  Please email customercare@somersetlocalfood.co.uk
The site is open for orders between 10:30am each Sunday and 9:30am on Monday for delivery the following Thursday/Friday

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Producer Spotlight

Somerset Local Food

Important notice

We are committed to supporting our existing customers, elders and those most vulnerable in our communities who remain housebound and really need our food delivery service.

However, we are able to accept a limited number of new customers and will give priority to those who are are shielding/self-isolating and cannot obtain delivery services elsewhere.  If you would like to become a customer, email customercare@somersetlocalfood.co.uk and we will try to help

This week’s delivery dates

Thursday 14th January

Bristol – BS39, BS31, BS14, BS4, BS3, BS5, BS16, BS7, BS10, BS9, BS11, BS20, BS8, BS41

Frome – High Littleton, Witham Friary, Frome, Dilton Marsh, Leigh on Mendip, Stoke St Michael, Oakhill, Shepton Mallet (BA4)

Bath – Coleford, Frome, Chilcompton, Radstock, Peasedown St John, Combe Down, Bradford on Avon, Batheaston, Bath, Timsbury, Midsomer Norton,  Chilcompton, East Horrington, Wells

Weston Super Mare  – Axbridge, Blagdon, Worle, Churchill, Upper Langford, Backwell, Nailsea, Blagdon

Wells – Lower Godney, Bleadney, Fenny Castle, Wells, Wookey Hole, Westbury sub Mendip, Cheddar, Axbridge, Wedmore, Theale, Panborough, Burtle, Meare

Friday 15th January
Taunton – Othery, Burrowbridge, East Lyng, Creech St Michael, East Reach, Taunton, Bishops Hull,  Wellington, Lydeard St Lawrence, Crowcombe, Stogumber, Monksilver,  Williton, Watchet, Timberscombe, Minehead, Williton
Bridgwater – Chilton Polden, Brent Knoll, Burnham on Sea, Highbridge, Bridgwater Spaxton, Westonzoyland
Yeovil – Weston Bampfylde, South Cadbury, Templecombe, Sherborne, Yeovil, East Coker, Hardington Moor, Mandeville, East Chinnock,  Haslebury Plucknett, Crewkerne, Misterton, Crewkerne, Ilminster, South Petherton, Martock, Kingsbury Episcopi, Langport, CurryRivel, Langport, Pitney
Glastonbury and Yeovil
Baltonsborough – Ashcott, Shapwick, Moorlinch, Butleigh, Barton St David, Somerton, Keinton Mandeville, Charlton Adam, West Lydford, Castle Cary, South Cadbury,  Bruton, Evercreech, Shepton Mallet, Pilton, West Pennard, Parbrook, Baltonsborough
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Empowering local people and supporting our economy

Revitalising Rural Economies

Supporting local, small-scale social and traditional growers, farms and independent food and drink producers across Somerset, sustaining existing employment and creating new jobs for local people.

Supporting Communities in becoming more resilient

Ensuring inclusive availability of affordable fresh, local and healthy produce and providing a friendly home delivery service direct to homes within our communities across Somerset including complete meals made with locally sourced ingredients to support our elders to continue living independently in their own homes.

Promoting Health and Well-being

Creating the opportunity for social and therapeutic growing projects to become more financially viable through the sale of surplus produce and developing ‘food for good’ strategies to bring people together around food to build communities, reduce isolation and alleviate food poverty.

Protecting the Natural Environment

Promoting ecological growing and farming methods that improve soil quality and increase biodiversity to protect the natural environment and mitigate the impact of climate change

Become a co-owner of your community owned local food delivery service

Grow for Good

Somerset Local Food is a Community Benefit Society owned and financed by the local community. We are committed to promoting the abundance of beautiful local food produced and made by Somerset’s local producers.

We believe that as a community owned social enterprise, together with our community shareholders, we can grow a local food movement that makes good food accessible to everyone in Somerset, impacting on people’s health and wellbeing, maintaining the natural landscape and protecting the local environment to mitigate the effects of climate change.

Becoming a shareholder in Somerset Local Food means you also become a co-owner of the community owned benefit society and have a say in the future direction of the enterprise, including helping us to protect the natural environment for future generations as we create and strengthen local food systems that revitalise our local communities.

We currently have an open membership share offer to raise funds for the installation of a mezzanine level in our warehouse.  This will give us a mess-room for the staff to have their breaks and will free up space at ground floor level to make working easier and enable us to hold more product lines.  Further details can be found here.

We also welcome smaller donations  which can be added to your order – here’s a link

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Help us get to our funding target

As a Community Benefit Society, it is important we have a broad base of customers, producers and staff that own shares and participate in the running of the business.

This latest share offer has so far raised £25,700 but we have more to do to reach our target of £50,000.  Your investment will help us to achieve our short term goals including:

  • Further develop the customer facing website so that it continues to meet expectations and improves our business processes
  • Launch new projects and services including working with local therapeutic growing projects which helps to diversify our supply chain whilst increasing our social impact, and creating a new dedicated service for elders in rural communities to help them remain living independently.
  • Find new ways to collaborate with others to address food poverty and to help people choose healthier eating options