By Valerie Mackin - 13th October 2017 6:10am
In the car park of the Lord Combermere between 10.00-12.00.
This will be the last ADAPT SATURDAY stall for this season, that is apart from ADAPT home made CHRISTMAS on the 2nd December, that will be under the Butter Market. More about that nearer the time.
Also look out for us at Audlem late night opening.
What a great time we have had this year, bringing Audlem lovely seasonal vegetables, fruit, plants, flowers and much more.
All locally grown and picked fresh, what a facility for this village to have! THANK YOU! To the Lord Combermere for letting us use their car park each week!
This week it will be an apple week! Not only cookers like Bramley, but eaters Red Falstaff, Spartan, Ergamont Russet, Blenheim Orange aka Greensleeves. Plus a special apple called Cat Face, old mid 1800 variety native to Cheshire, Shropshire, identified last year in a garden in Cox Bank. You will be able to taste these apples before buying, what a treat not to be missed. Come early not to miss out!
There will also be beetroot, Dahlias, honey and of course local free range eggs. Can't get better than that!
ADAPT food group would like to thank all the lovely people that have visited us on the stall, with out you there wouldn't be a stall! We hope you have enjoyed what you have purchased and maybe even encouraged you to grow your own next year.
The food group meet monthly and talk food and gardens we also bring you a monthly recipe on Audlem online, if you would like to join us, just come and ask about our next meeting.
I would like to thank you all for reading my ramblings every week, I have enjoyed writing it I hope you have enjoyed reading it! Have fun!
Val Mackin x
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