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Held in the Lord Combermere car park between 10.00-12.00.

The weather is dictating when this great market stall will finish for this year, a lot of the produce will stop after the first frost. So watch this space for a week to week update!

All the items for sale have been grown locally and most picked on Saturday morning before bringing them for the population of Audlem to purchase. What an opportunity! Seasonal and practically no air miles! Can't be bad!

  • This week's stall should have runner beans, marrows and any other veg hidden in the patch!
  • Eggs — come early as the hens have been taking their holidays from laying. Come and taste a Spartan apple, a good keeper, or a Ergemont Russet what a treat.
  • Another treat, local honey and bees wax.
  • Something to grow on for next year Tayberry plants in pots.
  • And finally Dahlia flowers, lots of colour.

Don't forget the Apple Pressing under the Butter Market turn your apples into lovely tasting juice.

ADAPT food group working hard for the village. Don't miss out, come and find out what we are about!

Thank you,
Valerie Mackin

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