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We are excited to announce that we are opening Oxtail & Trotter tomorrow, Friday 27th July. 

The shop is ready, the cold room is in, and Simon — our butcher — is working away! 

Apologies to anyone that has been inconvenienced by the recent dig out of the pavement on Cheshire Street.

On Saturday 28th July we will have some of our lovely suppliers at the shop doing tastings of their products (Smoke & Pickle & The Kitchens Fine Foods).

We will also be serving samples of our own sausages — please come along and see us. 

Please feel free to contact us with any (reasonable) requests at  info@oxtailandtrotter.com

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