The ground floor of the Waggon Shed (almost 650 sq ft) is converted to an artisan bakery. Peter Hill uses organic stone-ground flour (though the bakery is not itself certified organic) to produce a fabulous range of breads and pasties, plus goodies like croissants and Eccles cakes. He has stalls at various farmers' markets and sells in our closest shop, the Trading Post.
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This is the biggest unit in the Waggon Shed (at 1045 sq ft), and is upstairs in the old granary. It has a grandstand view across the farmyard and out over the River Parrett to Ham Hill, where our glorious Ham Stone comes from - It's light, airy and open plan, with two cubicles (open on one side) and separate toilet, utility store and kitchenette, all with a mezzanine above them for storage. It would be ideal as an office or studio workshop.
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Where flax once soaked and then hens roosted, Harry Truman services and repairs optical instruments - binoculars, telescopes and microscopes. He also has an extensive range of second hand binoculars for sale. And with the view from this small ground floor unit towards Chiselborough, it's the perfect place to test all these binoculars and telescopes!
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