The Chambers Story

Farming fruit runs through the veins of the Chambers family, who have been successfully growing fruit in Kent for a number of generations. Fondly referred to as the ‘Garden of England’ Kent’s mixture of chalk, sand and clay soils and drier climate than the rest of the UK provide the optimum conditions for horticulture, resulting in a heritage that spans centuries.

The current business was set up by WB Chambers in 1952. Third generation owner and present managing director Tim Chambers took over the reins of running the family’s farms in 1990, focusing on soft fruit and cherry production.


Chambers Farm

Established in 1952, the privately owned farming business WB Chambers now grows fruit on 14 locations across Kent, England. Exceeding 350 hectares of production area, we are one of the largest independent cane fruit growers in the UK.

Oakdene Farm Packing

Oakdene Farm Packhouse is sited near Maidstone in Kent, which represents an ideal geographical location for the onward distribution of goods both in the UK and overseas as well as superb links to airports, ports and the Channel Tunnel.
The packing facility is active 24 hours a day, 364 days a year. With our own fleet of chilled transport we can reach any UK location same day.

Working with growers

Chambers enjoys mutually beneficial working relationships with specialist growers worldwide, who all share the business’ commitment to excellence. Relationships have been built by investment in varietal and agronomic developments.