Support the Isle of Wight’s artisan makers, bakers, growers and brewers this Christmas. You’ll notice the difference… and so will they.
Wight Marque Christmas offers
Isle of Fudge
Get 25% off your order for dark, milk and Wight chocolate fudge.
Place your order by phone or email and quote ‘Fudge25‘
Minimum spend is £8.25 (400g) – usual price is £11.00 (400g). Valid until 24th December 2021.
For collection / delivery by arrangement.
To order call Richard on 07877 745283 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
(Offer not valid on orders placed via website or Facebook).
Isle of Wight Distillery
Exclusive complimentary gift with all online orders over £35
Home of the iconic Mermaid Gin, as well as a range of other fine spirits. Check out the new-look large gift sets, now completely plastic free and presented in a stunning gift box, which you can reuse instead of throwing it away – after all it’s a beautiful keepsake!
(The gift offer is applied at checkout.)
Isle of Wight Meat Co. Christmas Hampers
Order now for delivery or click & collect from 20th-24th December
Build your own Christmas meat hamper. Pre-order your Isle of Wight turkey, roasts, dry-cured gammons, trimmings, meaty gifts and more.
Isle of Wight Meat Co. is based on the family-run farm in Cheverton. The meat hangs, on the bone, in the Himalayan Salt Chamber for up to 8 weeks. This results in rich, sweet buttery flavours and juicy tenderness.And of course, it has Wight Marque accreditation, meaning it’s lovely and local.
And don’t forget to to subscribe to their e-newsletter to get entered into the draw to win a Christmas meat hamper worth over £125!
Christmas Shop & Hampers
Have you spotted the Eat Street trailer around the Island? They’re at a different town each day and make amazing food to order, for you to collect at a pre-arranged time slot.
And now they have a fantastic online Christmas shop selling a whole range of sweet and savoury Island food that makes great gifts or will take your Christmas table to the next level. Treats include local cheeses, meats, patés, fruit curds, Christmas cakes and chocolates. Plus there’s a lovely range of hampers to choose from, or you can build your own. And everything is delivered by hand to you door.
The Fruit Bowl
Any 3 jams delivered £25 | Any 8 jams delivered £50
The Fruit Bowl grow their own fruit on their smallholding in Newchurch. And they’ve had a bumper Autumn harvest of raspberries, so their legendary Raspberry and Redcurrent jam is back on the shelves! There are 15 other flavours to choose from. We’ve worked our way through a fair amount of these, and they really are in a different league to your usual supermarket products. Absolutely jam-packed with juicy fruit and flavour.
Available in the Island’s best farm shops and cafés, or you can order directly from their website.
The Fleming Arms Christmas menu
12pm – 8pm, Wednesday to Saturday, until 24th December 2021
2 courses £26 / 3 courses £32
This great gastropub has a fab Christmas menu full of festive favourites. Choose between 2 or 3 courses, and there’s no need to pre-order (except for parties of 12+ people).
The Fleming Arms, Binstead Hill, Ryde, Isle of Wight
Briddlesford Farm Shop
Open 7 days a week, 9am – 6pm.
Make room for some local favourites around your table this Christmas. The farm shop stocks products from over 50 local producers, including the full range of their own dairy products. There’s also a butchery at the back of the shop selling Briddlesford veal, award-winning sausages, pies and casseroles, plus beef and lamb from Cheverton Farm, Idlecombe Farm lamb and Brownrigg poultry.
Briddlesford Farm, Briddlesford Road, Wootton Bridge, Ryde PO33 4RY
Christmas menu at Bluebells
Lunchtimes & selected evenings (10th/11th/17th/18th December).
Bluebells will be serving a traditional Christmas menu. At lunchtime you can choose between a two or three course menu, with the three course menu available on selected evenings. Choose from these delicious starters and mains and finish of with one of these puddings!
To book please email email@example.com or call the café direct on 01983 882885.
Pre-ordering is required on all bookings. Larger group bookings are welcome.
Briddlesford Farm, Briddlesford Road, Wootton Bridge, Ryde PO33 4RY
Look out for the Wight Marque. It means it’s lovely and local.
We’re lucky enough to have easy access to the freshest food and gourmet delights, produced right on our doorstep. Switch up your Christmas shopping and try something local this year – for gorgeous gifts or to treat yourself.
To make things easy the Wight Marque scheme helps you find lovely, local produce in your favourite shops. When you see the logo, it tells you that the food and drink is high quality and made, grown or manufactured on the Isle of Wight. It’s been lovingly made or tended by farmers, chefs and rural businesses with a passion for local produce. All products and businesses using the Marque are strictly audited to ensure that only genuine Isle of Wight products are accredited.
When a restaurant displays the Wight Marque symbol, it means they are genuinely committed to creating menus using local and seasonal ingredients. For a shop, the Marque is a sign that they are supporting local food businesses by stocking a range of Wight Marque accredited stock.
If you want a good reason to shop locally then here are eight…
1. Supporting the high street helps us all
63p of every £1 spent in an independent shop goes back into the local economy.
2. It’s good for jobs
You’ll be helping people to keep their jobs and hopefully create more. Having a healthy economy makes the Island a wonderful place to live and work – and more tourists will want to visit us too.
3. You’ll get great deals
Your local shops have some great deals that can’t be found online – plus regulars are often rewarded with loyalty schemes.
4. It’s a safe way to shop
Shops across the Island are Covid-safe, with customer limits, plastic partitioning and lashings of hand sanitiser.
5. You’re supporting the community
Our local businesses generate revenue to support the Council services that we all use, such as libraries, parks and roads.
6. You’ll be spoilt for choice
You can buy something special that’s made with love. Small businesses often stock items which are made locally and aren’t available anywhere else.
7. It’s a friendly experience
Sometimes there’s nothing like a friendly face and a bit of a chat, particularly during these difficult times. Also small businesses are run by people who want you to have a great experience – and that means that they’ll share their expertise and go ‘the extra mile’ for you.
8. You’ll be doing your bit for the planet
Local shops often use local suppliers – and shoppers can walk or cycle to get their goodies. This means that we’re all doing our bit to reduce air pollution and traffic and improve the quality of the Island’s high streets.