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Meet the Farmer: Sue Brownrigg, Brownrigg’s Farm

Meet the Farmer: Sue Brownrigg, Brownrigg’s Farm

Meet the Farmer: Sue Brownrigg, Brownrigg’s Farm 2048 1360 The Editor

Paul and Sue Brownrigg are well-known on the Island for their quality and affordable meat which is produced on their own farm.

Sue Brownrigg

What is the best thing about the Isle of Wight foodie scene?
I am really impressed with how our Island pubs have improved their food standards and offerings over the last decade. You can get some amazing meals.

What is your favourite local tipple?
A Mermaid Gin with a Fever-Tree Tonic Water served with ice and lime and all the trimmings.

Where is your favourite place to go for dinner?
The Chequers Inn, Rookley. Their Gallybagger soufflé is to die for!

What is your favourite event on the Island?
Rhythmtree. I can’t wait to see Tankus The Henge again, they are one of the best acts I’ve ever seen!

Brownrigg’s Farm






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