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ADAPT SATURDAY MARKET! Held each week in the Lord Combermere car park between 10.00-12.00.

Each week there is different produce for you to wonder at and hopefully buy, all local, all fresh and seasonal.

Not only do we have lovely locally produced honey but also bee's wax, with 91 ways to use it, a must for any home.

Red currants, raspberry and cultivated blackberries, stringless runner beans, tomatoes, early cooking apples are just some of the produce you should find if you come early to the stall this week. The ever popular Sweet Peas and dahlia stems come and choose your bunch.

Find large eggs, small eggs, brown eggs, not so brown eggs and the green eggs are back.

Come along have a chat we are all part of the ADAPT food group, if you are interested in growing food and sustainability, we meet once a month so come and join us. ADAPT has other groups, come and find out more.

See you on Saturday!

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