Sandy Lane Farm Shop, Thame

Sandy Lane Farm Shop, Thame, Oxfordshire
Sandy Lane, Tiddington

About the Sandy Lane Farm Shop

The Sandy Lane Farm Shop is the farm shop on Sandy Lane Farm – a family-run organic vegetable farm in Thame, Oxfordshire, overseen by Charles, Sue, Cate and George Bennett, plus a fantastic team keeping things growing. They have been dedicated to growing organic vegetables for nearly 30 years.

One of the reasons why Sandy Lane Farm is such an interesting place is because there is a real mix of everything here. They are quite traditional, in the way that farms used to be before major mechanisation took hold. This is largely due to the the fact that the farm is much too small to justify expensive machinery, so they rely on a broad range of small activities and concentrate on selling direct to customers via the Sandy Lane Farm Shop.

Sandy Lane Farm Shop is 10 miles away from Oxford & 5 miles from Thame.

Farm Shop opening times

Thursday from 11.00am to 5.30pm
​Friday from 11.00am to 5.30pm
Saturday: 10.00am to 2.00pm

Good to know

Safe, contactless collection is available for customers who prefer it. Order in advance via the weekly order form by Wednesday 13.30 and pick up from the farm during a designated time slot. Your pick up slot will be emailed to you the day before.

If you would like contactless delivery of Sandy Lane Farm organic veg please register with Ten Mile Menu

Getting to Sandy Lane Farm Shop

the farm and farm shop is located in between Thame and Wheatley, and in between junction 8 & 7 of the M40.

By car:
From Oxford, head towards Thame/Aylesbury and turn right, half way through Tiddington, just before the garage (there is a road sign for Sandy Lane Farm).

From London, get off at junction 7 of the M40, turn right over the motorway, then immediately left at Lassco’s Three Pigeons, Sandy Lane is a short distance down the old A40 (there is a road sign for Sandy Lane Farm).

Sat Navers: use postcode OX9 2LA.

By bike from Oxford:
You can go down the A40 cycle path (which is flatter), or for a less noisy route, trying going over Shotover hill up from Headington quarry – when you are puffed out at the top, there’s a lovely long down hill stretch all the way through Wheatley.

Be warned that the last stretch, along the A418 from Wheatley to Tiddington, is a main road. A slightly longer, more safer/scenic route is to take the Waterperry Rd from Wheatley, then there is a cycle path past Waterperry Gardens to Waterstock, then Tiddington.

By public transport:
There are 2 buses that take you to within 1/2 mile of the farm.

The 280 is more frequent from/to Oxford & Alyesbury and you’ll need the stop: Tiddington, The Fox. At the bus stop, walk up Sandy Lane (opposite the Garage) 1/2 a mile.

The 275 from/to Oxford & High Wycombe only has 4 buses a day, but it might be useful. You need the Milton Common stop, then walk down Sandy Lane 1/2 a mile.

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