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Events and News for Shute Fruit and Produce


You can find us at these upcoming events

16 September 10:00 am – 1:00 pm Crediton Farmers’ Market
Saturday www.creditonfarmersmarket.org.uk Market Square, Market Street Crediton EX17 2EE
23 -24 September 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Abbfest
Saturday- Sunday www.abbfest.org.uk Near Fermoys Ipplepen, Newton Abbot TQ12 5TN
23 September- 1 October Events vary Taste of the Teign REALLY Local food festival
Nine Days www.tasteoftheteign.org.uk All around the Teign Estuary
26 September 9 am  - 1 pm In a Pickle Workshop
Tuesday Pre booked only www.shutefruit.co.uk Bishopsteignton Community Centre Shute Hill, Bishopsteignton TQ14 9QL
27 Septmber 3 pm– 5 pm Farm Tour and Picnic Cream Tea
Wednesday Prebooked only www.shutefruit.co.uk Shute Farm  Newton Road Bishopsteignton, Teignmouth TQ14 9PN
30 September 10:00 am – 2:00 pm Teignmouth Farmers’ Market
Saturday www.loveteignmouth.co.uk/see-do/farmers-market The Triangle, Town Centre Teignmouth TQ14 8AU
1 October 11 am – 4 pm Taste of the Teign Festival Finale
Sunday www.tasteoftheteign.org.uk The Den, Teignmouth Town Centre Teignmouth
3 October 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm Parke Women’s Institute Talk: Pumpkins on Parade
Tuesday Members only Methodist Hall Bovey Tracy
7 October 10 am – 5 pm Powderham Food Festival
 Sunday www.powderhamfoodfestival.com Powderham Castle Kenn, Exeter EX6 8JQ
 

Recent news:

October 2015

What an exciting month.  Lori helped to organise the fabulous really local food festival called Taste of the Teign which saw demos, workshops and many behind the scenes tours of Teign estuary food and drink producers as well as showcasing the local restaurants and cafes that serve local foods in Teignmouth, Shaldon and the surrounding villages.

For our part, David conducted a farm tour, ending with all participants picking fresh raspberries.  Lori was waiting to make them into jam at the caravan.  But this being Britain, the temperature dropped five degrees, the wind got up and the rain clouds rolled in.  But the tour group was made of sturdy stuff.  Out came the umbrellas, and the jam was made under their protection.  By the time the jam was done the squall had passed, the sun shone brightly for a delightful afternoon cream tea.  Most of the group lingered long to make the most of  the scenery as well as the homemade scones, fresh jam and cakes.

The following week Lori was very surprised to learn she won “Champion Savoury Preserve” award from Taste of the West at their annual awards luncheon at the prestigious Taunton Cricket ground. 

 


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