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The north coast of Cornwall stretches from Lands End to the Devon border.......whereas North Cornwall's heritage coast stretches from Bedruthan Steps near Porthcothan, just north of Newquay, to the Devon border near Morwenstowe.



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Bude For Food Assembly,  is a weekly Farmers Market and 'click&collect' service combined.
Bude For Food Assembly is a new concept in selling exclusively local food directly to local people in a really convenient way that we think will be able to replace at least part of your typical weekly family shop. It combines a 21st century 'click&collect' service, offering food exclusively from local farmers & producers directly to local residents with a weekly 'Collection' and a pop-up Farmer's Market.
We have invited many local food producers from within 15 miles of Bude to join us to ensure we have a large choice of everything from the basics to luxuries. Bude for Food Assembly is offering over 130 different local food products, such as organic beef, lamb, fish, pork and sausages. organic milk, yoghurt, cream and ice cream, organic vegetables, wonderful freshly baked bread, fruit, jersey milk and cream, cheese, pies and cakes, honey and even local wine and beer brewed in Bude. Several other producers are in the process of joining so the range on offer is bound to grow.


Take advantage of this fantastic development, simply register at . There is no fee and no commitment. You can shop as often as you wish, as infrequently as you wish or not at all.
The Bude for Food festival in September was a great success. The Bude for Food Assembly aims to emulate that success on a continuing basis from now on and features many of the same producers. Come and join us on this exciting trip!
This is how the whole process works:
1. Register and/or log in to the Bude For Food Assembly website
2. Look around the various categories of food on offer, make your selection and purchase on-line by 9pm on Monday.
3. Individual producers receive your orders and prepare them for the Collection.
4. Collect your shopping from Rosie's Kitchen, Crooklets Beach, Bude EX23 8NE.
5. The Collection is each Wednesday at 5-6pm and at the same time we hold a pop up Farmers Market where you can see, taste and buy more local food.
6. If you prefer, you can arrange to have your shopping delivered to your front door. Look for the service under the 'crafts' category.

So, come on and join us and help us support the local economy and jobs, but also ensure that money spent on food is recycled within the Bude surrounds. Food miles are of course be very low, the food is really fresh, some of it organic and you will be able to meet the people behind your food.
Its a win-win project and we all look forward to meeting you

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Daymer Bay viewed from Braey Hill.


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  • Enjoy the countryside and respect its life and work
  • Guard against all risk of fire
  • Use gates and stiles to cross fences, hedges and walls
  • Leave livestock, crops and machinery alone
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