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Winter taster day at farm shop hailed a success

By Hayley Robinson

Kentish blue cheese and organic juice flew off the shelves during a winter taster day at Bredgar Farm Shop.

More than 200 people attended the two-day event which allowed customers to taste all the locally produced products that are sold at the shop such as home made cakes by Cornucopia on the Isle of Sheppey, deli products supplied by Cheeseworks based in Cranbrook, Kent Honey from Sittingbourne producer John Heathfield and seasonal vegetables supplied by Bredgar farmer John Pankhurst.

The shop also offers a small pet food selection supplied by Sittingbourne based company Pet Food Direct and a section of the shop is also dedicated to local art and hand made and vintage jewellery.

Pupils from Bredgar Primary School sang Christmas carols on the first day and Father Christmas was also at the shop handing out Christmas presents to youngsters.

Seven-year-old Owain Cullen sang Christmas carols on the second day.

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