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    Food festivals aren't just a great opportunity to meet customers old and new and to put what we do on show but they also give us small producers a chance to meet one another. At the North West Food Lovers Festival we had some lovely convivial neighbours and we'd like to bring two of them in particular to your attention.

    Firstly we met Steph and Rob, who together are "Posh Pickles and Preserves" a small company based in Frodsham, Cheshire. They’ve taken time, care and a passion for food to create a range of unique and delicious chutneys, relishes, pickles and jams that can help to spice up any meat, cheeseboard or meal in general ! Posh have won the Prince’s Trust Award for Business Success in the North West and all their products contain the highest quality, locally sourced ingredients.

    Many of their seasonal specials are centred around fruit and vegetables that they’ve grown themselves and all of the range are handmade in small batch open preserving pans to ensure they always maintain their distinctively impeccable taste. We're delighted that we can offer a Christmas selection of Posh’s very special produce for sale, here at Crouchley Hall Farm on the 23rd and 24th December - we’re sure you’ll find them as tasty as we do.

    Then came Charlie Womersley, aka "Charlie the Wine". Charlie has been in and around the wine business all his working life and now with the help of his business partners, intends to share his wine experiences, views and stories with the rest of us through the Charlie the Wine website.

    His Blog will introduce you to some of the finest wines he has had the pleasure of savouring over the years, from all over the world. Although we aren't able to sell Charlie's wines at of Farmgate Sales Days, you will be able to order a range of these great wines directly from his online store, delivered to you, at exclusive discounts.

    To make it easier for you to find out more about both these unique businesses, there are also links to their websites on our "links" page.

    Well worth a look.



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