The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Cathy Kitchen: February 2017
A huge 'THANK YOU'.
We enjoyed a spectacular launch of the new Tattenhall Village Market last Friday.
What can we say ... old and new, past and present!
The array of goods was daunting, including ...
*free range local eggs
*deliciously tasty homemade jams and chutneys
*hearty savoury goods
*mouth watering locally sourced farm pork
*wonderful homespun crafts and
*a veritable array of potted plants with thoughts of spring just ahead.
The Tattenhall Village Market is also a terrific focal point to just meet up and enjoy a morning tea or coffee with friends.
Your positive feedback was humbling and it was truly terrific that you were so pleased to see the return of this much loved institution.
We welcome new producers ... so pop along ...
Venue — Barbour Institute, High Street, Tattenhall
Day — Every Friday
Time — 9.30-11.00am.
We look forward to seeing you now and in the future.
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