At Coletta & Tyson garden centre we support local businesses and suppliers as much as we can. We always tip our hat to our East Yorkshire heritage as it is so important to the company and the family.
In the Oasis cafe we have used as many local suppliers as possible, so not only is the food freshly prepared but so it hasn't had to travel too far either meaning the food on your plate is as fresh as possible.
When visiting the Oasis Cafe we hope you can relax and enjoy your food, with images of the local area on the surrounding walls including the Yorkshire Wolds, the Humber bridge and Beverley Westwood you can appreciate the beautiful area we live in.
Wolds Cottage Kitchen
Are a small family business based in the East Yorkshire Wolds village of Wetwang, near Driffield. As an award winning artisan producer of traditional handmade preserves they pride themselves on creating high quality products.
East Riding Pork
The farm is situated on the Holderness plain in the East Riding of Yorkshire and comprises arable farmland, primarily growing grain crops, together with covered pig rearing facilities to house our breeding stock.
Elliotts have been producers of free range eggs on the East Yorkshire family farm for over twenty years, with all of our flocks being approved by the Lion Code and Freedom Foods. In addition to our own flocks of free range laying birds, we are able to source from other local East Yorkshire Farms meeting the same high standards, to enable us to distribute both locally and nationwide.
Rose Cottage Pantry
At Rose Cottage Pantry all their products are made in the old traditional way. They use succulent meat sourced from local farmers across East Yorkshire for their hand crafted Pies.
St Quintins Creamery
St Quintin's Creamery is an East Yorkshire based, family run dairy producing fresh milk. The dairy offers 100% fresh local milk farmed, processed and packed direct from the farm at Harpham near Driffield.
Great Newsome brewery
The Great Newsome Brewery is situated here on the rural East Yorkshire coast, producing both cask and bottled ales, adopting traditional methods by people who are passionate about real ale.
At Yorkshire Crisps, they produce luxury hand cooked crisps. Potatoes are delivered to the factory by tractor from local farms just a few miles away. Their environmental impact is further reduced by sourcing all packaging from Yorkshire suppliers.