Christmas is on its way and we are now taking orders for your festive meals over the Xmas holidays and New Year. Please make your order in the shop now and ensure you don’t miss out.

Please note we will not be taking orders by telephone or email

 Christmas Orders For Goose Or Turkey

Roast Turkey with all the trimmings is one of the most popular Christmas dinners. We source our Free Range Turkeys from Salix Farm in the Essex countryside. They are a family business who have been producing traditional turkeys for the Christmas market for over 50 years. Giving their birds very high welfare standards and a natural lifestyle imparts plenty of taste to these birds. Their Turkeys are delivered to us fresh, boxed and oven ready.

Roast Goose with all the trimmings is one of the most traditional of Christmas meals. (It is only in the last century that Turkey has become so popular). Wonderful flavour, succulent meat, crispy skin makes a great choice. Our free-range Geese are supplied by  Great Clerkes Farm in Essex where the Hughes family has been producing the finest free-range poultry for three generations. They rear a breed called Legarth Geese which produces a wonderful, full-flavour and high meat yield. These geese are renowned for flavoursome, moist meat.

Order Christmas Turkey or Goose In The Shop

To make sure you have what you need for a really tasty celebration come in and see us to discuss sizes and weights you might require; orders need to be made in the shop. Turkeys and Geese come in a wide variety of sizes so will do our best to match your requirements as closely as we can.  You will be able to pick up orders from our shop right up until Christmas Eve.

Don’t forget all the other tasty extras you might want to go with the meal such as chipolatas, bacon and sausage meat for the stuffing?

Morley Butchers Gammon For Christmas

At Morley Butchers we make our own Gammon right here in the shop so it is real local food created using traditional butchers skills. A tasty ham for Christmas is a very flexible menu choice. It will make a good looking centrepiece for any Christmas gathering either in the run up to the 25th, through Boxing Day to the New Year. Its going to be very tasty whether you eat it hot or cold.

If you are looking for inspiration for your Christmas menu with duck, pork or a cockerel, take a look here >>