Our producers

Since opening in October 2010, and having spent some time developing our Yorkshire links, we are absolutely thrilled to share our colourful map and some statistics with you...

Drewton's sources food and drink products from around 250 Yorkshire-based farmers, growers and suppliers, as well as working with another 40 other professional companies in the region, which provide us with everything from design and marketing to accountancy services. We are showcasing some of our wonderful suppliers in our new menu. Also, check out the mouth-watering new products in-store.

We are one of the top five per cent of employers in the country, employing over 25 people (95 per cent of businesses employ under 25 people), and currently provide jobs for 41 local people.

Drewton's has also helped and supported countless charities and community groups, raising more than £7,000 since November 2010.

Proud to be Yorkshire!

Yorkshire has the largest concentration of food and drink businesses in the whole of the UK and is home to over 80 real ale breweries producing almost a third of the UK's beer. It also has six Michelin Star restaurants (more than any other region outside of London), as well as nearly a third of the total area of National Parks in England (the North Yorkshire Moors, most of the Yorkshire Dales and part of the Peak District).

Yorkshire also boasts 22 beaches, nine racecourses, is home to six national museums and has 40 stately homes and castles.

As part of Drewton's commitment to all things Yorkshire, we have become members with a number of associations and regional organisations.

Opening times

Farm Shop
Monday to Saturday 9am to 5pm
Sunday 10am to 4pm
(Open Bank Holidays)

Evening Dining
Check our diary of events for Friday & Saturday evening dining

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Grab 'n' Go

In a hurry? Drewton's Grab 'n' Go provides an exciting and delicious take-away sandwich menu and 'Deli deal'!

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