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Held most Saturday mornings till the Autumn, in the Lord Combermere car park between 10.00-12.00.

Come early for the pick of the crop.

This week's stall should have lots of produce for sale, all fresh and local:

  • Runner and french beans
  • Courgettes
  • Sweet beetroot
  • Broccoli

...and any other spare veg found growing in the veg plot.

  • Raspberries
  • Cultivated blackberries
  • Dessert and cooking apples

...ready to make a blackberry and apple pie, what a treat!

  • Fresh free range eggs
  • Honey
  • Sweet peas

The stall should be full of lovely things to eat and grow. Come along and find out what is for sale this week.

P.S. your roving reporter is still visiting around Scotland. Been to Moy Game fair, and paddled in the North sea at Findhorn.


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