By Webteam - 20th July 2019 6:08am
Last Saturday we had a fantastic variety of wonderful local produce on the stall. We were up and running by 9.59- a small miracle in itself- and by 10.00 selling was in full swing.
This week we should have:
- Red currants
- Odd broad beans- I presume a few rather than peculiar
- Perhaps a few tomatoes
- Lots of extremely fragrant sweet peas
- Perhaps a cala (lily like plant)
- Iceberg type lettuce
- Eggs- quail and hens
- Bara Brith and lemon drizzle cakes
- And last but not least....cards designed by Harry and Mum which will suit all occasions and are really lovely.
There might be some lavender but I have forgotten if it is coming this week or next!
As usual we shall be looking forward to seeing you all.
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