ADAPT Saturday Market

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adapt 06-09-2018

Held on Saturday mornings under the gazebo between 10.00-12.00 in the car park of The Lord Combermere. Locally grown produce for Audlem and visitors to buy. Come early and get the pick of the crop!

This week's stall will be packed with fantastic produce,

  • French and runner beans
  • beetroots of all size from very large to baby beets
  • Red cabbage
  • broccoli
  • courgette
  • zucchini
  • tomatoes
  • lettuce.
  • Damsons, Victoria plums are in their prime, pears ( as long as the wasps keep away)
  • cooking and eating apples
  • Fresh local honey
  • bees wax candles
  • eggs
  • and possibly the odd plant. Sweet peas are nearly at an end so don't forget to get a bunch to make your house smell lovely.

On Sunday ADAPT will have a stall at the RNLI day at Overwater Marina, so please come over and have a chat. Find out what ADAPT and the food group are all about.

Watch out for the dates of the Apple Pressing which will be coming under the Butter Market soon!

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