Kings Farm Shop – Serving Wendover for 40 years

Dry aging cabinet & block

From its inception in September 1981, Kings Farm Shop (KFS) has kept its customers at the centre of everything that it does. The team is now looking to mark their special 40th anniversary by giving back to the customers who have supported them over the years.

This autumn will see the first of a year-long series of events to mark 40 years of service to the local community. The events will include complimentary hog roasts as well as some exciting surprises in 2022. The first of these events kicks off on Saturday 6 November when there will be a special Bonfire Banger BBQ at the shop.

Owner Garry King said “We have the best customers, who have been loyal to us for many many years. We see our 40th anniversary as another opportunity to give back to them for their continued support, especially in what has been a challenging 18 months for everyone.’’

As you might have noticed, KFS has changed considerably over the years. There have been multiple extensions to both the main shop building and the range of products available! The most recent addition is the new 12ft dry ager, stocking only the best grass fed beef, labelled specially by breed, that really grabs the attention as you enter the shop. The country kitchen, opened by Mary Berry in 2017, continues to tempt, with a wide range of cakes, pies and cooked meats.

For all its success over the years, the philosophy of the business has not changed, always going above and beyond to deliver high quality produce from local suppliers – with a smile!

It is this philosophy that has also embedded KFS within the local community, supporting local charities, schools and sports clubs. Including Youth Concern, Rennie Grove and Aylesbury Rugby Club to name just a few.

If you are unable to visit KFS in Nash Lee End, a small range of meats & deli is available in Budgens and you can order online at

The team at KFS look forward to welcoming you to their 40th anniversary events in the coming year and want to thank you again for your continued support – roll on 50 we say!!

To read about the early days go to June 1993.