Click on the picture above to visit Millers Farm Shop
Millers Farm Shop is run by Malcolm Miller and his family and has been growing and selling locally sourced produce for over thirty years. The shop is an Aladdin’s Cave of the most sumptuous food imaginable.
Some of the vegetables are grown on the farm, the rest are provided by local suppliers passionate about good quality food. Fresh fruit and vegetables are locally sourced and colourful arrays of seasonal plants are available. You can find Lyme Bay fresh fish, beef, pork and lamb from local farms, local milk and cream, cider and sample a variety of local cheeses.
Also very popular with customers are the mouth watering array of breads and pastries, along with an impressive selection of teas, coffees and juices.
Millers Farm Shop,
Click on the picture above to visit Tillicoultry Quarries
Established in 1931 by RW Menzies at Craigfoot Quarry in Tillicoultry, Tillicoultry Quarries identified the need for construction materials to be supplied to the local market.
Now, over 85 years on, the business is one of the largest suppliers of quarry materials in Scotland and has developed a reputation for quality products and service excellence.
Tillicoultry Quarries is still family owned and people driven. The company continues to grow, building on its successes, and transforming the supply and delivery of stone and other construction material through its investments in plant, equipment and people.
From its small beginnings in Craigfoot Quarry, the business now has 11 quarries and plants, with an asphalt production capacity of over 2,000 tonnes per hour.
Tillicoultry Quarries Ltd
Tulliallan, Kincardine on Forth
Click on the picture above to visit Axe Skip Hire
Axe Skip Hire was started in 1985 by John Bostock and his wife Jane. They started with just one lorry and 20 skips and over the years John and Jane built up the family business and were joined by their son James in 1997. Today the successful business located in Kilmington, employs 12 staff with 5 Lorries and operates as a Waste Transfer Station.
Sadly in 2009 John, who was well known locally, lost his 2 year battle against cancer. The business was then passed on to John’s son James, who runs the business with the help of his wife Karen. In the last few months of his life John and the family received tremendous support from the Hospiscare team and this has inspired the family to raise awareness and much needed funds for the Charity. The family have been fundraising for Hospiscare since 2009 under the banner of “4 one night only” where over £30,000 has been raised for the Axminster Friends of Hospiscare.
John took great pride in both his work and staff and would be proud to see how the current team of Pepe, Julie, Martin, Colin, Chris, Ben, Brian, Ryan, Harrison and Mark have helped and supported James, Jane and Karen Bostock run this family business.