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Christmas at Frasers Egerton

16th November 2021

A sustainable ‘guilt-free’ Christmas on offer at Frasers this festive season

• Shop sustainably at a sparkling new ‘guilt-free’ shopping event on 25th November and enjoy a complimentary glass of bubbles as you browse • Create a fabulously festive front-door at a wreath-making workshop • Feed the family fresh from the farm with new Christmas Click and Collect service for festive produce and pantry essentials • Dine out on sustainable festive feasting menus throughout December, including on Christmas Day

Egerton, Kent: 13th November 2021 -- An enticing new line-up of Christmas events and dining options has been launched for the festive season by Frasers of Egerton eco farm in the heart of the Kent countryside. Designed to take the strain out of Christmas, the new introductions are centred around sustainability - more important than ever as many of us become more mindful of our actions and seek to make decisions that limit our impact on the environment.

Kicking off the Frasers festive season on Thursday, 25th November, will be a sustainable ‘guilt-free’ Christmas shopping event stocked with beautiful home-made and recycled goods from local artisan craftsmen, producers and up-cyclers.

The one-day event will have a bumper selection of goods available to purchase or order for later collection and will run from 2pm to 9pm -- giving ample opportunity to buy unique gifts and seasonal essentials. With items ranging from home-made Christmas puddings, vegan candles and bespoke jewellery, artwork and cards through to crafted wooden gifts, festive hampers and a selection of throws, blankets and cushions made from recycled plastic, everything on display will be hand-made and produced sustainably.

Tickets are priced at £10 per person and include a glass of delicious sparkling wine from nearby Biddenden Vineyards to enjoy while browsing. Tickets can be purchased for the event online at

In addition, Frasers is offering the chance to create your own hand-made, sustainable decoration this December at a wreath-making masterclass where you can learn how to fashion a fabulous festive front door decoration for Christmas that will be the envy of your neighbours. Using greenery and organic material found on the farm and surrounding countryside, you will be guided step-by-step through the process to create a wonderful traditional Christmas wreath. Led by Lisa Fraser, who does the floristry for Frasers weddings and events, the masterclass will include all the materials and tools required for you to effortlessly create a truly unique wreath to hang on your door.

Lasting 2.5 hours, each course costs £70.00 per person and will include one of Frasers popular afternoon teas for those attending during the day, or a delicious grazing board with local cheese, cured meats, pate, crackers, bread and chutney for anyone joining a Thursday evening workshop. To book a place please email or call 01233 756122. [Nb: a full list of available dates and times are listed in editors notes.]

Sustainability is also at the heart of another new initiative being introduced by Frasers this year that is designed to provide Kent families with the best quality, seasonal and fresh, festive produce. Born out of ‘Frasers at Home’, which started delivering freshly-cooked food to Kent homes during the Covid-19 lock-downs, Frasers Christmas Click and Collect offers all the essential pantry items needed for you to have a sustainably-friendly Christmas celebration.

The new service allows you to conveniently pre-order festive food on the Frasers website, knowing you are not only supporting local producers and getting the best quality ingredients but are also limiting the food miles of what you serve over the festive season. With items such as fresh turkeys and ham from local butcher, D.R.Luckhurst and seafood from Cranbrook Fishmongers, plus other seasonal treats including chutneys, pickles and cheeses (all made in Kent or Sussex) as well as locally grown fruit and veg, you will be doing your bit towards helping local suppliers while supporting sustainability.

Available now for pre-order before 15th December , your festive items will be ready for pick-up from the farm during a pre-allocated 10 minute collection slot just before Christmas. Click and collect orders can be placed via Frasers at Home here

Be the ‘host with the most’ this Christmas season without any of the clearing up by opting to entertain family or friends with one of the new groups feasting menu at Frasers. Groups of six people or more are able to choose between a range of shared centrepieces, carved at the table in front of them, including leg of Romney lamb, rib of Sussex beef, crown of Kentish Pork served with sausage meat and apple stuffing, or South Coast whole fish and seafood platter. For larger parties of ten people or more, a whole Suckling pig is available - one of the guests can even opt to take on the role of chef and carve for the party.

Throughout December, a turkey feasting option will also be available, carved at the table and served with all the traditional festive trimmings. Perfect for Christmas parties and family get-togethers, it is also available on Christmas Day for those looking for a top-quality festive lunch, without any of the hassle of cooking it yourself. Pre-booking is essential, and spaces are limited.

Offering sustainable dining at its best, Frasers specialises in serving dishes made from the finest locally sourced ingredients. The informal banquets will be hosted in Frasers restaurant, located in a beautiful timber-framed barn, and there is also an option for private dining in the sumptuous Stags Barn. To make a reservation call 01233 756122 or visit

Frasers is easily reached by car and has plenty of parking. If travelling by train, there is a fast service from London to Ashford International station where taxis are available. For further information, email or telephone 01233 756122.

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