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We are pleased to announce that we have recently won the prestigious award ‘Best Essex Producer’ at the Food & Drink Awards 2017
Come and join us at the Cressing Temple Apple Day on Sunday 22nd October. A great event with your chance to try different varieties of apples as well as take part in falconry and other events. There’s plenty for everyone to do with medieval music from Our Merry Men and arts, crafts and food stalls.
Just labelling 250 miniature elderflower cordial bottles for the goody bags at tonight’s Essex Life Food and Drink Awards. We’re SO excited. Maybe we will win our category. Thank you to all those who nominated me. Watch this space for news….
We are very honoured and proud to be a finalist in the Essex Life Food and Drink Awards. Thank you to all our customers for nominating us! We should find out the winner on 5th October. Watch this space….
Sunday 3rd September is the excellent Thurlow Fayre at Thurlow near Haverhill. A wonderful family event with exhibits, competitions, stalls and shows for all the family. We look forward to seeing you there.
Once again we are very greatful to Tiptree Jams (Wilkin & Son) for supplying us with 100kg damsons. Although our customers supply us with about the same quantity, with quite a few popular damson flavours like Damson Jam, Damson Cheese and Spiced Damson Chutney with Port, we can never have too many. These will be
Tomorrow is the Coggeshall Farmers Market (9.30 – 1pm) in the Village Hall. It is going to be a busy market with over 25 stalls of artisanal and locally made food and crafts. It’s your opportunity to enjoy the fruits of our wonderful countryside. It is, however, a great sadness to us that we shan’t
This weekend on Sunday and Monday Bury St Edmond will throng with visitors for the Food and Drink Festival. Taking place all over the town centre 100s of stalls will be offering everything from gin, wine, sauces, meats, cheeses and vegetarian foods, street food and drinks. There will be chefs giving demonstrations on the main
This exciting medieval fayre gives a chance to see, hear and taste what life was like when the barns were built. In addition to the Band of Merry Men, there will be plenty of stalls ranging from hand crafts to preserves, sweets and jewelry – not medieval. The fayre is on from 11am to 4
I am SO looking forward to being back at the Sudbury Farmers Market tomorrow (9.30-2pm St Peter’s Church) after 6 months absence. Due to illness I’ve had to stay away. Denise has been running the stall for me, with great skill. I’m looking forward to catching up with old customers and meeting new ones as