Sustainable beef

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Sustainable beef

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Surrey Wildlife Trust’s conservation grazing cows are not only helping the county’s wildlife habitats - they’re now providing local, sustainable food reared on some of Surrey’s most important nature reserves.

Three traditional Surrey butchers have started selling quality meat from our belted Galloway herd. Order Surrey Wildlife Trust's conservation beef today!

Seabright’s, Haslemere

Oliver Seabright, who opened Seabright’s traditional butchers shop in Haslemere’s West Street in 2016.

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Surrey Hills Butchers, Oxshott

Simon Taylor has worked in traditional butcher shops since he was 13 and now runs Surrey Hills Butchers on Oxshott village high steet.

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Flock & Herd, Peckham

Flock & Herd's  small team of dedicated butchers can be found on Bellenden Road in Peckham.

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The Dorking Butchery

Supplying excellent locally produced meat and dry aged rare breed beef from their shop on Dorking High Street

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Ben's Butchery

Ben's Butchery work closely with farmers to source the finest quality meats from across Sussex and Surrey. Find them on Upper High Street in Epsom and Station Road, Belmont, Sutton.

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JL Butchers

As well as supplying quality and locally sourced meats, LJ Butchers are passionate about reducing plastic, wrapping their products in paper encouraging customers to bring their own containers. Visit JL Butchers at Station Approach, West Byfleet.

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The Game Larder

The Game Larder has been Claygate's Butcher for decades. They maintain a seasonal based product range including game and high quality UK sourced beef, lamb, pork and poultry. Find them on The Parade, Claygate.

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Belted Galloway Cattle

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About our cattle

The Trust uses animals to graze its reserves around the county including Chobham Common, Wisley Common and Elstead Commons. It also grazes on behalf of other landowners, including The National Trust, on sites such as Box Hill, near Dorking and Petersham Meadows, near Richmond.

Grazing is the most natural method of looking after the landscape and the animals can access areas that machinery can’t. The way that cows feed creates a greater variety in the habitat, allowing species such as nightjars, heath tiger beetles, reptiles and cotton grass to thrive.

About conservation grazing

We’re proud to get behind Surrey Wildlife Trust’s beef – it ticks every box: breed, farming, care, passion and flavour.
Simon Taylor
Surrey Hills Butchers