REOPENING: Phase 2
Our ‘OUTSIDE SERVERY’ is open so we are offering a takeaway food & drink service. We are gradually extending our opening hours for both the farm shop & takeaway food. The inside restaurant remains closed for now.
Our approach moving forward as lockdown eases will be a cautious one, taking one step at a time as our priority is to ensure the continued safety of our Cross Lanes team, our loyal customers & the business. We are fortunate to have the newly built ‘Outside Servery’ with outside seating area available, and there is additional very spacious dining space around the car park.
The whole team thanks you all for your continued support during COVID-19, we look forward to gradually seeing more of you as our ‘new normal’ emerges. We will continue to monitor the situation & will keep you updated with our plans.
‘FARM SHOP GRAB & GO and HOME DELIVERY’
We will continue the Grab and Go service from the car park or we can delivery to your home for as long as required.
If you are struggling to open the list just email us on [email protected] and we will email you the pdf document.
‘TAKE AWAY MENU’
Available Thurs / Fri / Sat / Sun / Mon
‘AFTERNOON TEA FOR ONE’
Cross Lanes Organic Farm is a family business with an award winning farm shop and organic restaurant which supports local producers. In the farm shop we have an in house butchers, delicatessen, bakery, general store and craft section.
Cross Lanes is run and built entirely on eco principles with organic, local and green thinking at the heart of everything we do. We have a children’s play area outside, we have ‘sheep on the roof’, geese and ducks wandering around and pigs in the fields!
We are watched over by our carved stone ‘Green Man’ who heralds the spirit of Cross Lanes, looking down on us from the East Elevation wall.
We are delighted that Cross Lanes has been recognised in the Parliamentary Review.
Please click on the following link to read our story The Parliamentary Review – Cross Lanes Organic Farm
The Parliamentary Review moves away from the “Westminster bubble” to get to the heart of the issues that matter most to businesses. Jointly chaired by Lord Pickles and Lord Blunkett, the Review’s non-partisan approach facilitates policy development driven by those who are most affected by it.