Foyer of VH
By Christina Jeffery - 23rd February 2014 9:05am
Impact of Vale Harvest?
At the public open forum which followed this month's parish council meeting, a villager said that three of the village shops had bemoaned the fact that the monthly food market was taking away business from them.
Please do support your local shops in the weeks between Vale Harvest's markets. We have a bakery selling bread and cakes baked locally, a greengrocer which sources fresh fruit and vegetables twice a week and, at Parminters butchers, you can buy pies made on the premises by Simon the Pieman, along with a variety of sausages as well as a range of meats, cheeses and groceries.
Use them or lose them!
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