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It might not feel much like summer yet, but organisers of Vale Harvest, the local food and drink market, are hoping for dry weather on Saturday, 4th June!

As usual, all takes place in Banks Park, next to the village hall, beginning at 9.00am

Even if the temperatures do not creep up much, Fat Fox Food will be providing hot sustenance in the form of buttermilk pancakes, bacon butties, freshly ground coffee and speciality teas.

Stalls booked this month include:

Bucksum
Fat Fox Food
Kirsty's Kitchen
Made by Mums
Monty Pieman
Open Air Foods
Oving Dexter Beef
Peaches and Cream
Sandy Russell Plants
Shands Cakes
St George's Gelato
Time Bites
Yokel Yogurt
Zanni's Bakery

We look forward to seeing your there!

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