The Pantry goes out and about

We had a great day at the Studley Wood Golf Club Christmas Market on Sunday – and the sun was even shining on us, as you can see in the photos below!

Our Piddington Christmas Chutney received a definite thumbs up, as did many other products in the Jim & Jules range, so make sure you come along and try them next Saturday. Remember, this chutney is a limited edition, made from apples grown in Piddington, so come early to secure a jar. Together with a jar of Rosemary’s Jam, this would make a unique Piddington Christmas gift. We’ll be offering pretty gingham baskets too, ready labelled with a gift tag, making it easy for you to make up your own locally sourced mini hamper.

We set up our stall next to Nicola, with her Little Shop of Cheese (who will be coming to The Pantry’s own Christmas Market next Saturday), and just along from Giuliana (Cici-Coco) and Momo (I’m Japanese), both of whom have featured at past Pantry markets, along with Lisa (Polkadot of Winslow) and James (James Soden Natural History Photography). Also there were the ladies of Shalotte, who’ll also be with us next Saturday.

It’s good to be part of such a friendly, talented and hardworking community. Roll on the Christmas Market in Piddington Village Hall, next Saturday, 7 December, and our celebration of one whole year of The Pantry!

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Author: Hazel at The Pantry

I live in a small Oxfordshire village, and am writing a blog for The Pantry, a community project to provide the village with a place to meet and to buy locally made and sourced products.

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