Cheese Boat back in Audlem

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Sue and Ade on the Cheese Boat

As promised, we are back in Audlem for the whole of the Easter weekend, moored near to the Mill Shop. We plan to be here until Monday unless, of course, we've sold out of cheese!

Free tastings, as always, and we have some great Welsh cheeses on board.

Details of all cheeses & pickles are on our website — please click on the link below the photo.

The boat will later be in Audlem for the Music & Arts Festival in late May/early June, the Transport Festival weekend in July and the weekend of the Beer Festival at the end of August.

You are welcome to call us, Sue & Ade, on 07835 584867 or email us at info@theborderscheesecarryingcompany.co.uk.

 

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