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Spring is in the air! Lots of Easter goodies at Vale Harvest, the local food and drinks market, returning this Saturday, 1st April.

Please note that the organisers have booked the village hall as the forecast for Saturday is rather showery!

A couple of the regulars are away this month (back in May) but two new stallholders will be present. Here's the latest list for Saturday:

  • Made by Mums — running the market cafe
  • Open Air Foods
  • Oving Dexter Beef
  • Peaches and Cream
  • Posh Pesto
  • Sandy Russell Plants
  • Shands Cakes
  • St George's Gelato
  • Time Bites
  • Zannis Bakery
  • Bourton Farmed Foods — New! with their quality sausages from Buckingham
  • Superb Smoothies — New! Based in Radnage, freeze dried smoothie mixes for busy people
  • Wild Rose Flower — Rosie joined the list for the first time last month with her succulents and cut flowers

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