About us

Browns Farm Shop is a small farm shop located on the A21 just outside of Robertsbridge Village. The farm shop has been open for a number of years and started as a small selling seasonal vegetables and flowers grown from the previous owner's garden. From these simple beginnings, the shop has grown and we now offer a large variety of produce. The farm shop has been an important part  of the local community for a long time and we are proud to continue with this tradition. We are encouraged by the fantastic support seen from our customers and know they enjoy the friendly welcome they receive.

Our products

We are a business that has truly established itself, developing real roots in our community. We offer a wide range of fruit and vegetables as well as free-range  eggs, high-quality dairy produce, a marvellous selction of local cheese, fresh local meat and home-made cakes.


We also sell a wide selection of store cupboard items including; jams and chutneys, local honey, biscuits and cereals.


We are also pleased to offer a range of additional products and these include coal and logs, a large selection of plants, and our gift section which incorporates vintage gifts from our supplier Little Attic.


Our team

Thanks to highly committed team the farm shop is a very friendly and jolly place to  visit, providing our customers with fantastic personal customer service.


Our team are:


Sarah , Ruth, Lindsey, Vicky, Karen and Brittany. Our aim is to provide our customers with  a great atmosphere and a fun and friendly shopping experience.


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Contact details

Browns Farm Shop

Battle Road


TN32 5JG


Tel: 01580 880503


General enquiries: info@browns-farmshop.co.uk

Customer Orders: orders@browns-farmshop.co.uk

Shopping List

Download and use at the shop or to email us your bespoke order

Browns Shopping List July 20.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [88.5 KB]

Plant List

Download and email your plant order

Browns Farm Shop Plant List.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [44.9 KB]
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