Meet the People @ Harringay Market - Perry Court Farm

Perry Court Farm are very busy growing vegetables so I don't have an interview with them this week, but I do have some wonderful photographs of their produce at Harringay Market.
A small family farm (around 200 acres) in the North Downs, Perry Court Farm bring their delicious range of fresh seasonal produce from the first biodynamic and organic farm in Kent to Harringay Market every week.
Perfect for grabbing all of your favourites for a Sunday roast later in the day, or maybe something a bit different (who knew a quince looked like that, not me!) and a selection of delicious organic fruit juices (I recommend the pear!) to wash down your lunch.
From their website: Perry court was always a typical mixed Kentish farm, supporting fruit enterprises, sheep, hops and cereals. Since 1953 it has been farmed by the Brockman Family. Today unlike many others it is still a mixed farm using traditional methods to maintain and improve yields in a safe and sustainable way. The conversion to Organic and Bio-Dynamic management began during the 1950's with fruit and vegetable enterprises being the first. Now into the fourth generation at Perry Court the family continue to farm in the traditional way with the added benefits of modern machinery and the latest Organic and Bio-Dynamic Methods.
You can read more about the farm over on their website, and follow them on twitter. And of course you can get hold of their produce every Sunday at Harringay Market between 11am-3pm!

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