Eat Local by region
Where ever your camping takes you in the UK, you can be sure you'll be perfectly pitched for sampling our country's plentiful supply of tenderly grown local produce. Here we'll share with you some of our delightful finds, from farm shops and farmers' markets to independant stores and eateries all just a stone's throw from your campsite.
Vast, flat landscapes surround you on an epic scale in East Anglia. Seafood is plentiful and low rainfall makes this a wine producers’ haven.
A gastronomic tour around England’s heartland offers an exciting fusion of exotic flavours and cooking styles mixed with traditional dishes rooted in the regions industrial and agricultural past.
Heart of England
Regional distinctiveness runs deep here and food echoes that sense of regional identity with dishes that represent landscapes, history and cultural tradition.
Scotland's rugged untouched landscape and coastline offers a plentiful larder of naturally grazed meats, game and great seafood.
The South Downs produces some great wines while Kent's bounteous vegetables fulfils its role as the South East’s allotment.
Farmers, artisan cheese producers and traditional cider makers are an important part of the South West's rural identity.
The basic ingredients from this wild, rugged and fertile landscape’s natural larder make even the most economical of dishes taste wonderful.