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August 30, 2014 / Apley Estate - Hamiltons

Apley Harvest Food Festival – Saturday 27 September

2014-09-27, Harvest Food Festival A5 Leaflet

We have lots of producers lined up for Saturday 27 September, to offer you tasters of their locally produced, delicious food & drink. With the Creamery Cafe, Pigg’s Playbarn, Elizabeth Beckett Skincare, Lottie’s [fashion for all the family], Scotty’s Donkeys & Animal Park, the Skylark Nature Trail, we have lots on to, make it a great day out for all the family.

It’s part of the British Food Fortnight which runs from Saturday 20 September to Sunday 5 October.

I love this leaflet design, inspired by Gavin Real, our General Manager, who’s perhaps been reading his daughter some of the Brambly Hedge books by Jill Barklem.

On Thursday, EKO (Educating Kids Outdoors) held another sleepover in Pigg’s Playbarn. More news & photos on that soon.

Tomorrow, we’re looking forward to an Apley staff rounders game after the shop has closed.

Next week, on Tuesday 2 September, Phil Allen, Head Gardener of Apley Walled Garden, will hold the penultimate last Open Tour (meet at the Farm Shop at 10am). Tuesday 7 October will be the very last Open Tour, after which we’ll only be holding private pre-booked tours.

Next weekend, on Saturday 6 September, The Apley Cookery Club (open to everyone, free, no booking required) Dr Vicky Rance will present game recipes by Dr Vicky Rance & Rae Parnham & hear a presentation by Jason Pritchard on deer management.

That weekend Saturday 6 & Sunday 7 September, drop in at the Apley Farm Shop stand at the Shifnal Flower Festival & on Saturday 6 September, at Beckbury Show.

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