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Changes for 2018

Sorry to our regulars at Shrewsbury, Stafford and Newcastle, but we’ve decided to reduce our commitments this year and will only be doing Rode Hall Farmers’ Market on the first Saturday of the month, and only April, May and June. … Continue reading

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Better weather for May!

It was good to be back at Shrewsbury and Rode Hall last month, seeing old & new friends – but the weather wasn’t particularly welcoming!  This month is a different matter, though, and (apart from the odd threatened thunderstorm . … Continue reading

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Shrewsbury farmers’ market

Unfortunately we will not be at Shrewsbury Farmers’ Market this year; apparently there are two other ‘regular’ plant stalls there & the organisers can’t fit us in. They have however invited us to the May Fair being held on May … Continue reading

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News for 2014

After the mildest winter for years all our herbs are coming along nicely ready for the new season. We’re busy sowing seeds – tomatoes, aubergines, peppers and chillis are all germinating in the heated propagator and doing well, despite the … Continue reading

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Another Sunday at Sugnall

And a very different one, as the sun & warmth of last year turned into bitter cold & snow flurries. Let’s hope that’s not an indication of how the season’s going to go . . . Continue reading

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Sunday at Sugnall

This Sunday (11th March) we’ll be at Sugnall Farmers’ Market for the first time. While we won’t be starting other markets until April, we thought we’d squeeze in March at Sugnall to let all the good people there know about us. Do come along if you can – it’s a lovely place and busy market, and our herbs are coming along just fine – but keep your fingers crossed for the weather . . . Continue reading

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Rain!

Finally – it’s raining.  OK, it’s lovely to have the solar panels generating all that electricity & filling up the hot water tank, but looking out of the window & seeing grey skies and wet streaks on the glass is … Continue reading

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