Collecting Your Christmas Order

 

Christmas cards sent, tree up, presents wrapped it must nearly be time to collect the dinner from Swillington Farm. 
We’re busy plucking, butchering and stuffing and your Christmas meat is nearly ready to collect. As the team will all be helping out getting orders packed and ready to collect over the next few days if you have a query or would like to change any details of your order please email:
info@swillingtonorganicfarm.co.uk rather than calling us as there will be no-one in the office to answer your call.
Please quote your order or receipt number if you have one. We will be checking the email regularly and get back to you as soon as possible. Thank you and we will see you soon!

Farm shop opening times

Wed 23rd – 8am – 6pm
Thurs 24th 8am – noon
CLOSED 25th Dec – 8th Jan

Directions

The farm and shop are easily accessible from Wakefield Road (A642), the farm is only 5 miles out of Leeds, minutes from junction 46 on the M1 and a few minutes walk or cycle from Woodlesford railway station.

It can be a bit hard to find us on your first visit so please use the follow directions. Most sat-navs will find us using the postcode LS26 8QA.

If approaching from Garforth on Wakefield Road our turning is after you have gone through Swillington village as you are coming down the hill take the sharp left immediately before the 30 mph signs.

If approaching from Colton/M1 turn left at the end of Bullerthorpe Lane and then take the next right immediately after the national speed limit signs.

If approaching from Woodlesford/M62 go through woodlesford on the A642 under the railway bridge, over the canal and over the river and we are the next right as you head up the hill, immediately after the national speed limit signs.

Coach road is the old approach to Swillington house so is a little bumpy, but take it slow and use the passing places. The farm shop is the first entrance you get to on your right. Pull in through the gateway and follow round to the right past the barn where you will find the butchery, car park, farm shop and entrance to the walled garden.

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