Welcome to the original home delivery service! We’ve been delivering fresh local milk and produce way before there were supermarket deliveries, in fact way before supermarkets even existed!
Plumbs’ Dairy has been in the family since 1952 when our grandfather Henry Plumb first took off on a horse and cart, on his first milk round.
Today, we have expanded on Henry’s simple vision of supplying fresh local milk and produce, without fuss, to local people, and now our range exceeds over 1000 products for the home and garden. As well as fresh breads, meats, fruit & veg, eggs and dairy, we now have a huge range for the pantry including chutneys, jams, honey and oils for cooking. There’s a wide range of kitchen and home cleaning products as well as logs for the fire, compost and birdseed for the garden.
Early sunrises, long days and the sun shining through our windows can only mean one thing; summer is finally here. And with the arrival of the warm weather, you may have already found yourself spending more time outside. With the smell of barbeques in the air, it’s time to get your garden ready for days and evenings spent outside, family parties and somewhere for you to unwind and relax. We’re going to tell you our top tips for a healthy garden this summer… […]
This June, the country will come together to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, marking 70 years on the throne as the Queen of England! Over the bank holiday weekend, the streets will come alive as friends, families and neighbours join together in their celebrations, turning front gardens, pavements and roads into a communal space for parties. After the streets are decorated with union jack bunting and front lawns are filled with garden seating and tables; you may be looking for ideas for traditional British food to serve at your party. We’ve put together a list of British classics that are great for large gatherings […]
Easter is soon approaching, and with balancing work with the school holidays and family get-togethers, there can be a lot to prepare for. With the first signs of spring having already made an appearance, we’re hoping for warmer days, easter egg hunts in the gardens, and the start of al fresco dining over the bank holiday weekend. […]