Little Buzzard Bakery will be here on the Saturday the 22 July with their fabulour fresh baked goods. We are really excited and look forward to welcoming Steve and his delicious treats.
We had an amazing time at the SME Bedfordshire Business Awards last night at the Bedford Corn Exchange. And are thrilled to announce that we were named runners up in the Enterprising Business of the Year category
Gluten Free Products Available Here… Our Gluten Free range here at Pecks Farm Shop near Leighton Buzzard just keeps growing – and it tastes good too! We have a variety of items including pasta, gnocci, oats, biscuits, cake and more. So, why not pop in and have a browse.
3 Peaks Conquered… Congratulations to the Leighton Buzzard Young Farmers on achieving their 3 Peaks in 24 Hour Challenge – all done and dusted with just over an hour to spare. We are delighted to support their worthy endeavour.
We are delighted to be named as a finalist in the ‘Best Business – under 50’ category hosted by SME Bedfordshire Business Awards 2017.
We were delighted to be approached by a London photographer looking for a rural / farm location to take some photos for a fashion shoot. Here are some of the lovely photos that appeared in the Saturday Express Magazine last weekend…
Did you know we deliver fresh seasonal fruit boxes to companies around Leighton Buzzard either on a daily or weekly basis? Our popular office fruit box deliveries are hand packed with fresh, seasonal fruit and can be delivered to multiple locations with varying qualities.
Butcher counter closing. Sadly due to family illness our lovely butcher, James Mash, is no longer able to come to Pecks.
We wish him & his family all the very best for the future.
Pleased to let you know that we have now is stock… direct from Seville these juicy Seville Oranges… perfect for making homemade marmelade!
We were delighted to have won the ‘Best Rural Business’ category at the FSB 2016 Business Awards at Luton Hoo last week. Fiona Peck says: ‘Winning this award is amazing and we are thrilled to bits!’