The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Webteam: August 2015
'Home made, home grown and hand crafted' is the motto of the Tattenhall Country Market which many of you will know is held every Friday morning in the Barbour Institute, other than in the month of January.
The photographs on the Tattenhall Country Market Website are a veritable treat with images of freshly baked cakes; award winning jams, chutneys and local honey; crates of locally sourced fruits and vegetables; chiller cabinets stacked with savoury delights as well as an eclectic range of locally produced artisan crafts and goods.
What is also interesting is that the Market nominates a 'Producer of the Month'.
That nominated individual for the month of July was our very own much-loved 'Tracy', formerly of The Sportsmans and Carriages. Tracy and her husband, Colin, now run a successful small-holding in Hargrave where they grow a wide range of colourful perennials and bedding plants. Tracy also has 150 hens and sells her free range eggs locally within the village.
For more information on the delights of Tracy's success and the Country Market itself, visit their website by CLICKING HERE.
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