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The Vale Harvest special Christmas market is in the village hall this Saturday, 9.00am-1.00pm.

On offer are over 15 wonderful food stalls plus several local artists. In addition, there'll be a pop-up café and kids' activities.

Stall holders will include:

* Bucksum
* Curious Foods
* Daw's Hill Vineyard mulled wine and bottles of fizz
* Festival Spirits
* Kirsty's Kitchen
* Made by Mums pop-up café
* Open Air Foods
* Oving Dexter Beef
* My Secret Kitchen (New!)
* Naughty Ann Chilli Oil and Sauces (New!)
* Peaches & Cream
* Posh Pesto
* Sandy Russell Plants plants and gifts
* Shands Cakes mincemeat slices, Christmas cakes (incl gluten free) & seasonal cupcakes
* St George's Gelato seasonal flavours plus wickedly good chocolate sauce
* Time Bites
* Zanni's Bakery

Plus...

Local art by Damian Ward, Alex Gardiner, Linda Baker and Puddleducks Pre-school fundraising stall!

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