The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Cathy Kitchen: October 2016
Tattenhall Country Market continues to be a thriving asset within the community and, yes, it is that time of year again.
As usual, in the build up to Christmas, we intend to help relieve you all of some of the baking pressures in the run up to the holiday.
On Friday 2nd December, there will be no Country Market as we prepare for the event on the following day.
Our Christmas Market will be held on Saturday 3rd December at the Barbour Institute between 2-4pm.
So, what can you expect:
*Christmas Cakes — *Christmas Puddings — *Mince Pies — *Handicrafts — *Wreaths — *Plants
Orders may be placed by contacting:
*Marion Bevan 770196
*Liz Mogg 770998
*or by visiting our website www.tattenhallcountrymarket.com
For information, Country Markets will be held on:
Friday 9th and Friday 16th December.
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