Savages of Blewbury

Savages (Blewbury) Ltd is an established family farmshop, nursery and florist situated in the village of Blewbury in Oxfordshire, where the Savage family have lived for several generations.

The business was started in the late 1950's by Tony and Pam Savage. 

Through steady growth they have developed throughout the years, keeping their aim and values strong; supporting their local community as they support them, and striving to provide excellent customer service and quality products at a competitive price.

Please visit the online shop for beautiful bouquets and gifts.

If you need same day delivery please call  as they may still be able to help you.

Friendly dogs are welcome at Savages with plenty of space outside the farmshop to leave them whilst you are shopping.

There is also outdoor seating available at Style Acre Tearoom on site. Open Wednesday - Sunday.

Opening Times:

Monday - Saturday 9.00-16.00

Sunday 10.00-16.00


Savages florist department has been established for over 50 years.

They offer a personal service to cater for your individual needs, supplying both wholesale and retail customers with their flower arrangements and delivery services within the local area of Blewbury, Didcot.


Savages also have a large nursery with plants of all kinds


Style Acre Tea Room was opened by Tim Henman in September 2010.

It is an independently run venture by Style Acre, who are a local charity supporting adults with learning disabilities.

The Tea Room was developed as an enterprise which could provide more skills development and work experience for people with learning disabilities.

Open for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea, with cakes and drinks available all day and weekly specials.

Please see the Style Acre website for more information on the charity: or call 01235 850912.

When you shop at Savages you will know how much they care about their part in looking after our environment, from using to selling sustainable, environmentally friendly products.

They continue to review and research the best eco-friendly products and bring to you the opportunity to share in their ‘green’ values. 

They hope you like reading about some of the initiatives they have introduced in their business.

They use paper bags for loose produce in the farm shop, and once your shop is done your items can be put into carrier bags made from 100% recycled plastic or even reuse their cardboard boxes.

They also have reusable Savages bags available for purchase.

We also encourage our customers to re-use plant pots and trays and provide the opportunity for customers to bring their old unwanted pots and trays for reuse. As well as this, we have increased our capacity for recycling by installing larger recycling bins for all our plastic, aluminum, cardboard, and paper waste.

They are using till & credit card rolls that are BPA free in association with Trees for Life - helping to achieve the goal of planting 2025 trees by the year 2025 to help restore the Caledonian Forest and all its constituent special of flora and fauna. 

They always try to buy smart when it comes to their cleaning products and office supplies, opting for eco products whenever possible.

They are constantly working to minimize any food waste, by offering produce trimmings as animal feed free of charge.

They are also working with food waste apps to give away products unsuitable for sale.

In their gift shop they stock greetings cards with sustainable packing and for some products no packaging at all!

Other products such as their napkins also come with sustainably sourced packaging.

They strive to work with many local suppliers (see more details on their website providing their customers with quality local produce with minimal transport helping to reduce their carbon footprint.


They offer a range of environmentally friendly products and accessories throughout their shop:

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