Veg boxes

We are full for veg box deliveries for the forthcoming weeks, but if you email with your details we will add you to the waiting list and contact you when a slot becomes available.

We have changed our delivery days to cope with the increased demand, and are covering the Chorlton/Whalley Range/West Didsbury areas on Wednesday, Levenshulme/Burnage/Heatons on Thursday and Altrincham/Hale/Sale on Fridays.

How does it work?
Our organic veg boxes are between £11-15, and six eggs are an extra £2 (medium) or £2.30 (large). You can have either a weekly or fortnightly veg box delivered.

-A £11 veg box is for two people, and you can expect a minimum or 5 crops, but often it’s 7, and occasionally it’s 9.
-A £15 veg box is for those who eat a bit more veg, and like the inclusion of seasonal treats like asparagus and strawberries. You can expect a minimum of 6 crops in larger quantities, or 8-10 crops.

This is not available currently. Levenshulme market is currently closed and we are not trading at Altrincham Market for the time being due to Coronavirus.
Pick up yourself at Altrincham Market on Friday (9-3pm- later by arrangement), or Levenshulme Market on Saturday (£10-4pm).
You can have a £8, £11 or £15 veg box box, with eggs an extra £2/£2.30.
Email us for an invoice which you need to pay in advance by BACS.

You can have a £11 or £15 veg box delivered, with an extra £1 added to cover the delivery. We deliver on Sunday afternoon to Chorlton, Levenshulme and Burnage. The blue crates are returnable.
Some other post codes in Hale, Altrincham, Stretford, Sale, West Didsbury, Fallowfield, Whalley Range and Heaton Chapel are ok too. Please email your postcode and we can check.
Email us for an invoice which you need to pay in advance by BACS.

We are not running the casual list currently as we have a waiting list for deliveries.
We also offer casual collection or delivery. Casual emails go out on a Wednesday or Thursday, and reply to the email if you would like one that week. Send us an email if you would like to be added to these email lists. There is a list of what crops are available that week in the email, and you should expect to receive between 5-9 of these in a box.

See our what’s in a veg box page to see what the veg boxes contain. See our why buy organic if you’d like to read about the benefits of organic veg. And see our eating with the seasons pages to see what is in season in which season.

Photo by Ali Groves of our beetroot.

If you are trying to reduce your use of plastics, then so are we, see our packaging page here.

Even if you decide a veg box isn’t for you please support the stalls at Altrincham Market and Levenshulme Market, join our mailing list by sending us an email, and follow/like the Reddy Lane social media to support local, seasonal and organic growing.