Organic September is a month-long campaign designed to raise the profile of organic in the UK and shine a light on the amazing organic farmers, producers and brands who work hard to produce food as it should be.

We’re celebrating here at the farm, pub and Chop House – and our retailers are offering some amazing discounts. So there’s no better time to try our products – full of flavour, using prime cuts of organic pork. Our pigs live outside, with the chance to feel the sun on their backs. As Helen says,

“Of all the benefits I love about organic farming – the wildlife, the landscape, the delicious food – what motivates me more than anything is allowing our animals to have as good a life as possible.”

Organic September offers

Abel & Cole: Helen’s deliciously organic Hot Dogs and Speedy Sausages – 25% off with Abel & Cole Organic September. Buy now.

Ocado (offers start 6 September):
Buy our organic Hot Dogs, get Speedy Sausages half price
Buy our organic back bacon get streaky half price
25% off pork fillet
30% off pork meatballs
30% off pork mince
Buy from 6 Sept

Organic September events

Forage and Feast at Helen Browning’s Royal Oak, 21 September

Take an evening stroll round Eastbrook farm and Bishopstone village with the Royal Oak’s Tim Finney and herbalist Cristina Cromer – foraging along the way for some hedgerow additions to the evening’s Organic September supper. Back at the pub you’ll be welcomed with a seasonal tipple before feasting on generous sharing boards. Foraging places limited to 30 people. £25 per person.
Complete your evening with a stay in one of our sassy new rooms, 20% discount on 21 September.

Free Chop House Breakfast for Organic September, 13 September

To celebrate Organic September we’re inviting you to drop in to Helen Browning’s Chop House in Swindon’s Old Town for a FREE organic breakfast. Come and taste the food from our farm just 7 miles away in the village of Bishopstone. Choose from tasty organic bacon rolls, our famous speedy sausage baps, teas and coffees – from 8am while stocks last.