The Wheatsheaf at Chilton Foliat is owned by Toby and Emma's son Ollie and his wife Lauren. They have taken over this wonderful pub with a grand vision of slowly regenerating it into a place full of flavour, music, art and fun. They are full steam ahead with plans to create a hub that offers delicious fairly priced food and drink, either local, organic or sustainable, live music with music studios, and an art gallery that can host gigs, parties or studios for artists. What’s more, their aim is to be the most sustainable pub in the UK.

Hungerford Park are happy to be working with The Wheatsheaf to provide organic and seasonal produce. We supply honey from the bees who live off wild flowers, crops and rich clover. We provide The Wheatsheaf with their meat, Hungerford Park lambs graze on protein rich meadows, and free range Oxford Sandy and Black pigs that enjoy organic fruit and veg in the woodlands. We also provide fruit and vegetables from the Walled Garden.



Situated inthe surroundings of the historic Hungerford Park, Charlie Oakshott continues to practise his expertise and success in breeding thoroughbred racehorses.

Oakshott bloodstock, benefiting from over 30 years experience in the industry, is offering services in:

  • Boarding Mares
  • Foaling
  • Sales preparation for yearlings, mares and foals
  • Spelling/resting horses in training

Alongside these services the stud land offers excellent facilities and surroundings for rest and rehabilitation of young racing stock. Oakshott Bloodstock runs on 70 acres of prime Berkshire land and benefits from top class facilities.



My Apple Juice turn your apples into your own pure, delicious, non-alcoholic apple juice, pasteurised to last 18 months and proudly displaying your own bespoke label.

Avoid the mush, mess and methane that rotting apples become and enjoy the taste of your fruit trees throughout the year. Your juice is made from your apples – nothing is added. Every apple tree variety is different, so the taste of your juice will reflect the fruit of your garden.

When the season starts, harvest apples you would be happy to eat and bring them to us at the Cider Barn at Hungerford Park. Then, approxiametly 10 days later, return and collect your own-labelled bottles of delicious juice. There is no minimum and no maximum weight of apple;  a standard bucket of approx 7 kg will give you back at least 5 bottles. It couldn’t be easier.