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Old Suttonian Farmer on TV Screens

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9 Sep 2021
Written by Will Radford


Farming Group

We were delighted to see Old Suttonian Oliver Pascall (2008 C) on our screens recently as part of a Marks and Spencer advertising campaign championing Kent grown Victoria blackberries.

Oliver is a fourth generation farmer, who is now the Managing Director of Clock House Farm in Coxheath. His Victoria blackberries, which he supplies to Marks and Spencer, are famous for their sweetness.

Clock House Farm has been growing this type of blackberry for nine years and the crop grows across 18 hectares. As well as blackberries, the farm also harvests raspberries, strawberries, apples, pears and plums in Coxheath, Tonbridge and at the Kenardington glasshouse near Ashford.

The advert is available to view here

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