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We are pleased to announce that we will be opening the new style Deli next Tuesday 27th November.

This will be in time for the late night opening and turning on of the Christmas lights, when we will be open for tastings.

We will be offering freshly baked bread as well as bread from a quality local baker, our usual deli produce including Patchwork Pate and our home cooked beef & turkey, sliced ham, local cheeses, farm butter, olives, local eggs and vegetables.

And, as our new venture, alongside our delicious sandwiches and home made cakes, we will be offering home cooked ready meals, hot at lunchtime to take away.

We also have a range of kitchen gifts and pottery.

Please feel free to come in and browse. Looking forward to seeing you.

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