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By Haddenham Webteam - 4th October 2012 1:01am
Vale Harvest is a group of food producers whose aim is to make it easier for local people to buy and sell local food, through an online food directory and by hosting monthly markets. The website lists local food and drink producers within a 10 mile radius of Haddenham.
You can find out more about Vale Harvest on their website
Vale Harvest's next local food event is taking place on Saturday 6th October,
From 10am — 1pm,
at Orchard View Farm, Little Meadle HP17 9UG.
The Farm's telephone is: 01844 273387 or see their website.
There'll be lots of local produce and products to enjoy, including:
- local jams and chutneys
- luxuary granola
- ice cream
- free-range meat
Come and find out which of Vale Harvest members recently won a Great Taste Award 2012
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