Something to do with the World Cup

Something to do with the World Cup

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The Summer season is really getting going, which means lots of tasty fruit and veg with less food miles, hoorah!
We have Cauliflowers back on the list this week, they have struggled so far with the intense heat we have been having, but we are hoping to have them in by Thursday.
No strawberries available this week unfortunately, but we have plenty of UK grown cherries to replace them.
Lots of lovely produce coming in from Garstang now, including Cavolo Nero, green beans, cherry toms, aubergines and courgettes. Lots of salad stuff- mixed head lettuce, radish and spring onions from Poulton-le-Fylde
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Thursday 26th July 11am-2pm  // Children’s Book Swap // Bring your old books and stock up on new ones for the Summer hols! Drop in session.
Friday 27th July 7pm-9pm // Charity Shop Chic // Grab a shirt from the charity shop and join textile artist Coreen Cottam as she shows you how to bling it up with beautiful embroidery. £20 per head (£5 deposit). Please email, message our Facebook page or ring 07972 287108 to book your place.
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We are closing a little early on Wednesday this week as I will be going to Markland Hill Primary school visiting a few classes to talk about plastic waste. They have been doing some fab work to reduce their plastic and be more eco-friendly, they can probably teach me a thing or two!
We are looking at putting together an offer for schools soon, so if you are a teacher who would be interested in working with us, please do get in touch! We have lots of ideas, but want to make sure that the workshops are relevant for your curriculum before we go full steam ahead.
And that’s about it! You’re right, there was literally nothing about the World Cup here.

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