• Cherries for health

    Discover what makes cherries good for us as well as delicious

  • Big, fresh & seasonal

    Learn more about our British family farm which grows the highest quality local cherries

  • Blossom season

    See photos of our beautiful cherry blossom in full bloom ready for the season ahead

  • Welcome to English Cherry

    Welcome to the English Cherry Company! For 4 weeks every July & August, we pick delicious sweet red cherries from just under 2,000 cherry trees from our orchards in Bedfordshire. We sell our cherries through our farm shop, roadside stalls and local farm shops. For those further afield, we can send cherries in bulk by courier.

    We are the archetypal family farm, run by two generations, in the picturesque village of Aspley Guise. We are passionate about the quality of our produce, customer care and attention to detail. To support the best of local, British and seasonal produce; look no further. Look our for our blossom walk in April/May for an opportunity to come and explore the farm.

  • 2018 Cherry Season!

    We expect the 2018 cherry season to start around 12th July this year but please do check back closer to the time or subscribe to our seasonal update at the bottom of the home page. **GDPR alert** - we sent an email to current subscribers to resubscribe when the new GDPR rules came into law. If you missed this, please subscribe again at the bottom of this page. We promise we will only ever contact you by email newsletter a handful of times per year just to tell you when we are opening, closing and when the blossom walk is on. We never give your details to any third parties. As a small family farm we really do rely on our local customers and this important method of communication.


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    RECRUITING NOW! We are looking for sellers and pickers for this season, starting around mid-late July for approximately 4 weeks. Come and join our small friendly team. Please call Liz on 07751 503556 for more information.

  • Farming update Summer 2018

    After blossom time the fruit set initially looked good but if you recall the cold and wet spell that we had in April, this turned out to affect cell division. This means some of the fruilets on our earlier varieties failed to grow and fall of the tree during June (known as “run off” or the “June drop”. Disappointing as it is, the remaining fruit will often be better quality as the tree puts all of its energy into these. The latter half of the crop is looking good however so we expect it to be a season of two halves! The lovely sunshine we are currently experiencing is good for our fruit to ripen and we are busy irrigating due to lack of rain. Our estimated first pick date has come forward slightly to 12th July. 

  • Gift boxes of cherries by mail order

    It is with regret that we will not be sending out our gift boxes of cherries by courier delivery this year (except for bulk orders over the phone (10 boxes +). The manpower, expense and regulatory issues of selling cherries online are sadly too onerous for a business running such a short selling season. We hope that you will be able to make a visit to the farm or one of our other outlets instead to collect your fresh cherries! 

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