At Peter’s Yard, we’ve always proudly supported other local and independent businesses – something which at the moment, is more necessary than ever.
We want to be a part of promoting our thriving food community, so we are sharing a list of the cheesemongers and producers currently offering online delivery – meaning you can still enjoy your favourite culinary pleasures during isolation, whilst ensuring the UK’s brilliant food producers and retailers are well-supported.
Available for national delivery
Leon’s “Feed Britain” (currently delivering within the M25)
The Butlers Larder (offering delivery to Lancashire, Cheshire, Merseyside, Greater Manchester, Cumbria and areas of West Yorkshire)
Two Belly (offering local delivery in Bristol)
The Cheese Shop sits on the footprint of what was the original dairy for the ‘Home Farm’ which supplied the Dukes and Duchesses of Brodick Castle for several centuries.
Artisan handmade cheese, produced from milk supplied by the Stansfield’s family farm on the edge of Bodmin Moor near Liskeard in Cornwall. They’re also the producers of the delicious Cornish Blue and Cornish Nanny.
Giel Spierings is the man behind The Cornish Gouda Company, a small farm-based business outside of Looe. Gouda is well-known in the UK, but tends to lumped in that category of uninteresting European varieties that are often found shrink-wrapped on supermarket shelves. Growing up in Holland meant Giel knew the stuff in the UK was a pale imitation of the real thing.
Producers of the raw milk, Brie-style cheese, Baron Bigod – as well as cultured butter. Currently selling whole wheels of cheese, pre-cut for freezing.
Produced in their sustainably-run farm in Bruton, Somerset – Godminster makes award-winning organic cheddar cheese, wrapped carefully in their signature wax casing.
Lincolnshire Poacher Cheese is committed to producing the very best cheese (with a little help from our 230 Holstein Fresian Cows), using their own fresh unpasteurised milk and traditional methods.
Lyburn farm makes a variety of different hand made cheeses, all of which are made from their own cow’s milk. Although they are pressed, these artisan cheeses are not that close to cheddar cheese. They are, in general, a softer and a more continental type of cheese, with the exception of Old Winchester.
Lynher make their award-winning cheeses in open vats, using full-fat milk from their own carefully selected Cornish farms. Every single truckle of Yarg, Kern and Stithians comes from their small rural dairy near Truro.
Quickes make traditional clothbound Cheddar on their farm in Devon, as well as Goat’s Milk, Smoked and Elderflower varieties.
Founded in the historical Sharpham House, Devon in 1981 – Sharpham use traditional methods to make their popular cheeses, using rich milk from their Jersey cattle and vegetarian rennet.
A family run business making award-winning cheeses from their own dairy farm in Teesdale, which has been in the family for four generations. They’re currently sending their cheese boxes postage free to thank people for their support at this time.
Run by Carolyn and Leonie Fairbairn, Thornby Moor Dairy is located at the heart of the Solway Plain, looking out over the Northern Fells of the Lake District. The dairy is housed within the outbuildings of the old Crofton Hall Estate near Thursby, eight miles west of Carlisle.
Makers of Pitchfork Cheddar, recently awarded 4th best cheese in the world and the award-winning Gorwydd Caerphilly.
One of the UK’s most respected cheesemakers – Two Cheese produces the acclaimed ‘Barkham Blue’, one of the best blue cheeses in the country.
Founded by Anne Wigmore in 1986 after she had been working for the National Institute for Research in Dairying in Shinfield for 10 years. The company now produces four award-winning cheeses.
Westcombe are a small artisan dairy in east Somerset making traditional Cheddar and other West Country cheeses using unpasteurised milk from their own cows. Their traditional cheeses include the multi-award-winning Westcombe Unpasteurised Cheddar, Duckett’s Aged Caerphilly and our Somerset Ricotta.
We will be doing our best to keep this list as up to date as possible, giving you an accurate resource of retailers – if you have any additional suggestions, please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, you can contact us through our social media pages listed at the bottom of this page.