Belhaven Fruit Farm / The Store

Belhaven Fruit Farm / The Store
Thistlycross, Dunbar, East Lothian, EH42 1RG
  • Telephone 01368 860573
  • Seasonal times May–Sept: Mon–Sun 8am–5pm
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Home of Thistly Cross cider, Belhaven Fruit Farm now has a specialist retail outlet to add to its popular PYO summer berries operation. The Store offers a hand-picked range of relishes, chocolates, oils and jams alongside Belhaven’s own luscious dairy- and gluten-free fruit desserts made on the premises from the farm’s strawberries, blackcurrants and gooseberries (and available to scoff on site in the help-yourself ‘Ice Delight bar’). Mains and puddings from the Cook franchise are sold frozen and also feature in the café, alongside cakes from Liggy’s Cake Company (wedding and celebration cakes available to order).

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Evita is a musical with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Tim Rice. It concentrates on the life of Argentinepoliticalleader Eva Pern, the second wife of Argentine president Juan Pern. The story follows Evitasearlylife, rise to power, charity work, and eventual death. It includes several fabulous and well known…

Wed 14 Mar

The Strawberry Barn

£8–£12 / 01368 860573

Thu 15 Mar

The Strawberry Barn

£8–£12 / 01368 860573

Fri 16 Mar

The Strawberry Barn

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Sat 17 Mar

The Strawberry Barn

£8–£12 / 01368 860573

Reviews & features

Taste Test: Cider

9 Jul 2009

Thistly Cross Cider Belhaven Fruit Farm, from Edinburgh Farmers’ Market and Cornelius Beers and Wines, 18–20 Easter Road, Edinburgh, £2.70 •••• Scotland’s first cider from the makers of Belhaven Fruit Ice, this cider is described as ‘Scottish and…

Berry good: the rise of the raspberry in Scotland, and the best places to pick your own

1 May 2009

David Pollock goes by Glen Clova and Glen Ample to discover why raspberries are Scotland’s superberry.