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We have been nominated for this year's Nantwich Food Festival Awards,

Thank you to all who have nominated us already. If you would like to show your appreciation of your favourite Audlem Tearooms (and be in with a chance to win a £40 voucher to spend with us) then please vote for us in this year's Nantwich Food Awards — voting is open until Monday 2nd September.

We have been nominated in the following categories

  • Cafe of the Year
  • Best Newcomer.

We would really appreciate your time in voting to hopefully bring this prestigious award back to our award winning village.

Please vote by September 2nd

Click here to vote

Thank you in advance from all the team at Farm Made Tearooms for your continued support in making dreams come true for Hannah and all the team.

Hannah Goodwin

Farm Made Tearooms
Fun. Fresh. Local Food.

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