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Craigies Farm

About Us

Hi, I'm John Sinclair

I farm at West Craigie with my wife, Kirsteen, our two children, Sophie and George and my mother, Anne not forgetting Amber the Lab.

West Craigie is very much a family farm, but obviously as we’ve grown, we’ve taken on more and more staff. We always try to make sure they share our values and understand the unique responsibility of running the farm.

At West Craigie, we are lucky to have very close contact with our customers, so it’s so much easier to hear what you want and try and get the produce you’re after. So, don’t hesitate to ask for that unusual cut of beef or that peculiar cheese you read about in a magazine or saw on TV…..we’ll do our best to help. Please just ask any of our staff. We always try to have at least one family member in or close to the farm shop, or you can email me anytime john@craigies.co.uk

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    Craigies Corner

    • Craigie's Farm Shop and CafeCraigie's Farm Shop and Cafe Happy National Cheesecake Day! We look back at some of our favourite cheesecakes - whats yours? Strawberry, Lime, Raspberry or Cherry?
    • Craigie's Farm Shop and CafeCraigie's Farm Shop and Cafe PICK YOUR OWN UPDATE - Saturday 30th July In short, lots of fruit but expecting a busy weekend - 'The early bird will catch the worm!' Raspberries (Glen Ample and Cascade Delight), cherries, strawberries (Sonata and Centenary), blackcurrants (Ben Conan), gooseberries (Invicta and Pax) and broad beans are all in season at the moment. All are plentiful and easy to pick so if you plan to fill your freezer now is a good time! We operate a minimum spend of £3 per person (applies to walking age up) which is payable on entry to the PYO fields and can be redeemed against any fruit picked but is not refundable. A free (min spend for PYO fruit payable) tractor and trailer ride will be operating around the PYO patches today and tomorrow between 12 and 3pm. This crop report was as off 9am on the date above, it does not reflect how busy we may have been since, we have no control over customer numbers.4 hours ago

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