About the Farm

Roughway Farm has been run by the Cannon family for over 50 years. The farm has produced a variety of crops and farmed hops extensively during its rich history. The farm now grows Raspberries, Cherries, Plums, Apples, Greengages, and Kent Cobnuts. We supply to a variety of independent retailers and major supermarkets; our produce can also be found at local farmers markets.

Nationally Recognised

Roughway Farm has received coverage from a number of national news outlets including; The Telegraph, The Financial Times, The Independent, and The Guardian. We have also featured on various television programmes including; Country File, Hungry Sailors, Our Food, Britain Eats, and Inside Out. Full details including links to the coverage can be found on our testimonials page. Click here to read more.

Our Shop

Our shop sells a variety of delicious farm-fresh produce. We take great pride in selecting only the finest fruits and nuts for our customers. We believe we have something for everyone, whether you need ingredients for one of our hand selected recipes or simply want to buy fresh from the farm.

Our Latest News

Cobnut Harvest Update – 2020

In brief: Good quality Kent and Gunslebert cobnuts, lower yield across all varieties, higher customer demand, low yield of ennis cobnuts. The 2020 harvest has been in full swing and there has been... Read More

Research: The benefits of tree nuts

In recent months there have been a number of very interesting nut based studies. One of the most interesting is a study by King's College London that looked at tree nut snack consumption... Read More

Cherries 2020 Harvest Update

Despite all that is currently going on in the world, the plants and trees of Roughway have been keeping to mother nature’s evermoving calendar. In recent weeks, the orchards of Roughway have been... Read More

Cobnut recipes from the Garden of England

As part of our ‘Roughway Originals’ series, we have been working with local BBC Masterchef winner Julie Friend to put together some fantastic recipes. All of the recipes use produce that you can... Read More