By Shirley Sutton - 13th November 2012 7:03am
Book your Farm Fresh Christmas Turkey at Gorse Croft Farm today!
You may shudder at the thought of Christmas, especially bearing in mind that Bonfire Night has only just taken place, but book your Christmas Turkey with Gorse Croft Farm (next to the Cricket club) and it's one less job to worry about before the festive day is upon us!
The turkeys are actually reared in Sandbach on my daughter's farm. The Thornhills have generations' of experience of producing a top quality Christmas Dinner which is apparent by the returning customers!
The turkeys are reared in spacious barns, housed on home grown straw, fed on locally grown corn and are even kept occupied with a variety of shiny toys to ensure that they are as stress-free as possible.
Your Christmas Dinner will be oven ready: all you need to do is collect it from me at Gorse Croft Farm after 1.00pm on 23rd December.
The price is £2.80 per lb (£6.17 per kg). Just give me, Shirley, a ring on 01270 811334 and let me know your order. Merry Christmas!
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