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ADAPT Produce Stall, Saturday 10th August

Plenty of showers interrupting the sunshine may not be what we want for outdoor activities, but it is doing wonders for our gardens.

This week on our Saturday stall in the Lord Combermere car park we will have the following on offer:-

  • Redcurrants
  • Raspberries
  • Tomatoes
  • Courgettes -- Piccolo, round and striped
  • Runner beans
  • French beans -- green and purple varieties
  • Honey
  • Eggs -- hen's and quail's
  • Redcurrant jelly
  • Mixed fruit jam
  • Bara brith fruit loaf
  • Sweet peas

We look forward to seeing you as usual in the Lord Combermere car park from 10am -- 12 noon. Get there early to avoid disappointment!

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