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 at Orchard Organic Farm

  Us, Jerry and Emma Saunders plus Oliver, Lucy and Charlotte our very keen helpers.

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Kelly, a farmer in her own right who finds time to work for us and is a conscientious, reliable and hard working member of the team.  Our customers will recognise Kelly as she does most of our deliveries for us.

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Kirsty
Kirsty, a farmers daughter and Bicton graduate who is always keen and never fails to brighten the day.  Kirsty also single handedly runs Exeter livestock market on Mondays and Fridays.
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Yula, our neighbour, friend and master egg packer whose speed and determination is unbeatable.

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  Frank and Sally, officially ‘retired’ but still tackle anything and valuable support.

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Calum, our hardworking power-house Monday and Friday worker. 

Becky, currently studying at Bicton and working for us on her weekends and spare time, thoroughly committed and enthusiastic.

Ed and Patrick, both university students who work for us during holidays packing eggs and picking fruit.  Great fun to have as part of the team.