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October 09, 2008

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Well done Innocent, I wish I had something like that given to me in My area, I say lucky old folk,especially when my grandaughter Kate has packed it, she's the best!!
Love June xx

Harvest Festival. So everyone brought in tins of fruit, sardines, and tea? When & where were they harvested!
I found this quite sad. Perhaps you could think about this for next year. Let me know if you'd like some UK produce.

Hello there

Much as we'd liked to have given fresh, local produce in the boxes, The Grove Centre specifically asked for non perishable items as that's what the older people who use the centre find most useful apparently.

We did take along some veg pots and smoothies for them to take home too but it'd be great to get some local UK produce to add to the baskests for next year.

After all, the more donations, the better and especially so if it's fresh UK produce.

So please do get in touch so we can make next year's baskets even more bountiful and local.

Thanks

Ceri

Sorry if the last message sounded negative, wanted to say well done on the festival. But if you'd like some produce from the UK, do get in touch.

Not negative at all.

You made a fair point.

Will be in touch to chat about all things local and produce related this week.

Have a lovely Tuesday.

Ceri

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