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We have a growing directory of websites - from Greenpeace and organic T-Shirts to other local organic farmers. we would be delighted if you would like to suggest a website we should list or want to link your website with ours, . Please email us at post@langleychase.co.uk..

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A Lot of Coffee (www.alotofcoffee.co.uk)

If you appreciate a first rate cup of coffee, why not make make yours from organic and Fairtrade beans? A Lot of Coffee provides coffees grown to Soil Association standards and produced in a manner that ensures a decent return to the farmers via the Fairtrade system.

Green Cuisine (www.greencuisine.org)

At Penrhos Court, an old manor farm on the Welsh borders, Daphne Lambert runs Green Cuisine courses. She believes we are what we eat and that when organically grown food comes from the land around us it gives us a sense of true well-being. The site gives interesting information on Daphne's Books, Recipes, FAQ's, Articles & forthcoming Courses & Events at Penrhos.

Penrhos (www.penrhos.co.uk)

The first organic restaurant in the universe, Penrhos is a 700-year-old farmstead on the border of Herefordshire & Wales. After 20 years of restoration work by the owners it now emerges as one of the most delightful hotels you could find anywhere. It is dedicated to food & health with residential courses run by chef/nutritionist Daphne Lambert, as well as holding organic seminars & meetings. It is also the ideal setting for a wedding day and Penrhos holds a civil ceremony licence so the entire wedding can take place on the hotel grounds.

Spice of Life (
www.thespiceoflife.co.uk)
Organic herbs and spices delivered around the UK. For culinary challenged the company also supplies 'easy peasy' curry packs to make curries of any strength or flavour.

Tallywacker Organic Farm (www.tallywacker.co.uk)

In the next door village to our farm, Tallywacker Organic Farm grows a range of organic vegetables for direct delivery around the county and beyond. The farm also grows willows and poplars, following a permaculture philosophy, to provide home-grown sustainable energy and small-scale bio-mass as well as mulch and willow wands. In addition there is a thriving Dendrabaena worm farm.

Tracklements (www.tracklements.co.uk)

"Tracklements" is an old English word for a food accompaniment. Tracklements makes mustards, sauces and chutneys to the highest standards, without artificial colouring or preservatives. The Company is driven by the twin aims of producing the best on the market, tasting as good as the best home-made, and of making it traditionally, in small batches.