Santa Claus Is Coming To Town

We have some exciting news!

Santa will be visiting Robertshaw's Farm Shop.
Unfortunately it won't be in the usual grotto we have, instead we are spreading some festive cheer by taking him on his very own tractor pulled sleigh around the local villages
We do this every year but this year we thought lets go big and make it as magical as possible for the children.
Santa will be touring a different village a night and we'll be going through as many streets as we can. Making sure we see as many of you as we are able to.

* Wednesday 2nd December we will be visiting Clayton
* Thursday 3rd December we will be visiting Denholme and Cullingworth

* Wednesday 9th December we will be visiting Thornton and Bradshaw
* Thursday 10th December we will be visiting Queensbury

We will begin at 4pm until 6pm (10th December 4-7pm) and head down as many streets as we can- with a big tractor pulling a sleigh!

See our Facebook and Instagram pages with where we will be heading each day.

Santa and his elf will be handing out sweets and fruit (social distanced of course!) singing lots of songs and sharing his funny jokes. Come and say hello to him and his elf

We'll also be collecting for Sue Ryder, Manorlands Hospice at Oxenhope who have had a difficult year funding raising for the Hospice.
Farm Fresh Christmas Trees

We’ve got Christmas trees galore, choose from potted, to pot grown and drop, to non-drop. We have a tree to suit all tastes and budgets.

Fraser Fir Non-Drop

Quickly becoming one of the most popular trees on the market, this pyramid shaped tree has a deep blue-green colour and excellent needle retention. Branches sweep upward in neat layers.

Nordmann Fir Non-Drop

This tree will fill your home with a lovely fresh pine fragrance. Layered branches give it a good conical shape and it has great needle retention.

Norway Spruce

Our most popular tree. This is an excellent all-round tree with well-spaced branches for decorating. Remember this tree is better suited to cooler temperatures.

When you’ve got your tree home, store it in an unheated location (such as the garage) until you are ready to decorate it. Keep your tree looking it’s best by watering it well. Make sure it sits in a shallow pool of water to stop the end of the tree drying out, this way it should last you all Christmas and look as good as the day you bought it.

After Christmas, bring back your tree to us and we’ll recycling it by giving it to Ogden Reservoir who’ll use it the help maintain the pathways and provide a home for local wildlife.


Gifts Galore

Are you looking for the perfect gift a someone who is a foodie? Look no further than our hamper range, bursting with delicious food for the festive season. We also have a fabulous range of chocolates, biscuits, Christmas beers and lots more for that memorable gift for someone special. Hamper Imagejpg


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Extended Opening Hours

We’re extending our opening hours the week before Christmas to help make shopping easier for our customers.

We’ll be opening even longer than usual to help you choose the best time to come shopping.

Please note that we will be keeping numbers in the shop to a strict minimum and it is likely during our busiest times that there will be queuing outside the shop. We’ll do everything we can to make this as comfortable as possible, but we are on a hill so please come prepared.

Monday 21st December 7am to 8pm

Tuesday 22nd December 5am to 11pm

Wednesday 23rd December 5am to 11pm

Thursday (Christmas Eve) 25th December 5am to 5pm

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Christmas Food Ordering

We are now taking Christmas orders for your meat. Order your poultry, beef, pork, hams and more from our butchers. Order from our deli your stand pies, cakes and hams and more.

You can order online now at or place your order with our butchers  or deli team when you shop. Place your order with a £15 deposit per item and collect your items at our shop at the time of your convenience on the 22nd, 23rd and 24th December.

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