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Sutton Community Farm

40a Little Woodcote Estate, Wallington, SM6 0SH Directions

Tel 020 8404 7085
   Open today 08:00 - 16:30

Business overview

For fresh and local VegBoxes, packed full of vegetables grown on our farm and locally, using organic principles. We distribute them around South London every week.

Established in 2010, Sutton Community Farm grow vegetables on their seven acre site for retail sale and distribution in and around South London. The farm produces London's most local vegetables, making their produce extremely fresh and of high quality. All the farm's vegetables are grown using organic principles and sold through a not-for-profit VegBox Scheme. Enjoy fresh, tasty vegetables every week from a truly local source -- your community farm!

What our VegBox Scheme customers say:

"The farm's veg has such flavour, I don't need to use as many stocks, spices and salts when I cook so it makes mealtimes easy!"

"I am so happy I found you guys, it is wonderful to have real fresh food - the smell of them as I cut them is so wonderful."

"We love the vegetables - the taste is noticeably better than the supermarket and it's good to know it's all grown so nearby."


A VegBox, packed full of fresh, local vegetables, all grown using organic principles. Available weekly from Sutton Community Farm.
Each Wednesday, we harvest for our VegBoxes which are delivered on Thursdays. As we're a community farm, we rely on help from volunteers. Here, two of our dedicated volunteers are harvesting climbing beans.
Our tomatoes are the tastiest around! We grow many varieties throughout the summer in our poly tunnels for our VegBoxes, as well as for top London restaurants.
We grow many different varieties of courgette and summer squash on the farm, in all shapes, colours and sizes. The beauty of our VegBoxes is that you'll discover interesting variations of your favourite vegetables, grown right here in London.
Here's some of the team, both staff and volunteers, standing behind our corn field. Did you know that sweetcorn starts to lose its sweetness as soon as it's picked? We get our corn on the cob to you so quickly after it's harvested that you'll get to enjoy it's fresh, sweet flavour.

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