Hildenborough is situated on the B 245 between Tonbridge and Sevenoaks.St Johns' Church Centre is located on the Sevenaoks to Tonbridge road next door to St John's Church. Turn into Foxbush Lane and then turn into the car park which is behind the Centre.
Parking in the Centre car park and surrounds. Our friendly car park attendant will guide you in and out and of course there is NO CHARGE.
We are a third-generation, family bakery based in Southborough, Kent where we bake a large selection of traditional and speciality breads including rye, spelt, herb, tomato and our own Rusty, as well as rolls, pasties, buns and cakes.Hildenborough, Penshurst, Shipbourne, Yalding
Robin and Carla make Winterdale Cheese which follows the traditional hand made approach using , unpasteurised milk, cloth bound and cellar matured. This produces a cheddar style cheese. In addition they also make a hand ladled Kentish Camembert.Markets: Hildenborough, Penshurst, Shipbourne
The farm is managed through a partnership with Kent County Council and Hadlow College and produces its own pork, lamb and beef, oven ready chickens and over 1,000 eggs a day. They grow a range of plants, herbs and vegetable in glasshouses and poly-tunnels which is available in the Farm Shop, as well as from local butchers.Also made and sold are cakes, pies,quiches, eggs and apple juice.Market: Hildenborough
Sanden vineyard is located on a south east facing slope on sandy soil. It was originally planted in 1987 and in 2004 was partly replanted with Seyval and Pinot Noir grapes giving the wine a distinctive clean fresh taste and a nose with hints of vanilla and apple. Sanden matures on the lees for a number of years to enhance the flavour and the fine bubbles are the natural product of secondary fermentation in the traditional method. The wine is a delight to drink and makes any occasion special.Markets: Hildenborough, Penshurst, Shipbourne, Tunbridge Wells Independent
Jams and preserves, game pies, plus all sorts of seasonal game birds and wild duck
Our speciality for Christmas is a 'Bird, in a Bird, in a Bird !'