Big Switch On at Oxtail & Trotter

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Hugh, Simon and Kate celebrate the opening of Oxtail & Trotter

On the 29th November we will be joining many of the other traders in Audlem in opening late for the Big Switch On! 

We are very excited to be joining in this event and we hope everyone will come and see us for some tasty samples. 

The usual team will be on hand to answer any questions on Christmas orders and advise on cooking times etc. 

We will also be doing a free prize draw on the night for a £50 Christmas Hamper. This will be drawn on the Saturday 1st December. 

Please don't forget to get your Christmas orders in to us by Saturday 15th December so that we can guarantee supply!  

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