• 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

  • Buy cherries here

    Order beautiful cherry gift boxes with next day delivery directly through our website

  • 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 four weeks every July and 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, other local outlets, and for those further afield, in stylish gift boxes sent by next day courier.

    Beautifully presented with a rustic raffia tie and personalised message (if you wish!) our gift boxes of fresh cherries really do make the most novel, personal, delicious and healthy present, whatever the occasion. Perfect as a thank you, get well soon, anniversary, engagement or new baby present; our cherries are a gift with a difference.

    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.

  • Closed for the 2016 season

    We are now closed for the 2016 season. Thanks to all of our customers who came and visited us at the farm and purchased our local, fresh, English cherries. We really look forward to welcoming you back in 2017. If you would like to keep up to date on our blossom walk and season opening dates, please subscribe to our seasonal reminder service at the bottom of this page.

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  • Farming update

    Every season is so different and as much as we try to be prepared Mother Nature always has a surprise for us. This year we had a very mild winter and then a cold wet spring meaning we lost a huge proportion of our crop. We always await the ominously named “June Drop” where fruitlets which will not go on to maturity just fall off the tree. This year we experienced a June Drop like no other which was rather heart breaking. On the positive side, what fruit that remained was big and with minimal rain during the picking season quality has been very high. We will wait with interest to see what 2017 has to throw at us!

  • Cherry sales outlets

    During our picking season, we sell our cherries in our farm shop, various roadside locations and in beautiful gift boxes sent by next day courier delivery. Please check back in 2017 for more specific details.



  • Come back for our blossom walk

    We are now closed for the season, but please come for our annual blossom walk, May 2017. Please check back nearer the time for a specific date and time. It is a great opportunity to roam our orchards, admire the blossom and chat to the growers.


  • Just wanted to let you know my order arrived safely today. My husband was absolutely delighted with his gift, although a little jealous as the wind and a hungry fledgling blackbird demolished his small crop! The cherries are absolutely delicious, the best we’ve ever tasted and worth every penny, I’m sure we’ll be regular customers.

    Mr and Mrs Flood

  • Cherries arrived safely.  My sister was delighted with the cherries and extra pleased to see they would be alright in the fridge for seven days. I saw your advert in the OVL magazine.
    Thank you.  Also thanks for the communication during the process.

    Mrs Lloyd

  • Cherries arrived safely DELICIOUS beat imported ones hands down Many Thanks

    Mr Baker

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