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July 2, 2016 / Apley Estate - Hamiltons

What’s on in July at Apley Farm Shop

July 2016 newsletterHere’s our jam-packed (excuse the pun) July newsletter bringing you news of all that’s going on this July at Apley Farm Shop. If you’d rather watch rather than read, just click HERE to see our July film.

Paint & Create just opened today & launch fully next Saturday 9 July.

Classic Car Sunday on Sat 17 July is combined with our next Craft Fair.

Our Delicatessen counter are gearing up for their big cheese launch on Sat 23 July.

Charlotte in Pigg’s Playbarn will hold Wednesday clubs during the 6 week summer holidays, as well as activities provided by Activ8 & Educating Kids Outdoors (EKO).

Drop in to Scotty’s on Mondays in the holidays for their special animal encounters.

Lisa baking custom cakes (including Venetia’s, who’ll be 11 very soon).

Bob the Butcher has some great meats & meal ideas on his counter.

Dan & Zoe in the Creamery Cafe have a scrumptious summer menu on offer.

Lora in the farm shop has yummy summer fruits & wimbledon offers. Many of our products are also available online.

Apley Walled Garden is gloriously green & abundant. Well worth booking a tour at this time of year.

Apley Plant Centre have a special weekend which continues tomorrow, Sunday 3 July – Celebrating the Garden.

Big Little Things have a workshop Sat 3 Aug.

You’ll find 15 min massages & fingerprint jewellery in Annie’s Reiki Centre or great present ideas for all ages in Alley Katz Toy Shop.

Taste Discover Enjoy at Apley Farm Shop! I hardly need to say, we’re SOOO much more than a farm shop!


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