eat local, grow local
Hordle feeding Hordle -
I have just come back from a quick visit to Hordle Lane Nurseries (Hordle Lane, oppo the church) with a variety of local and british food. Gina and Paul are continuing to grow their own salad leaves, vegetables, eggs and fruit bushes and trees, but have also branched out and have various other food and local items in their shop.
You'll find locally produced jams and chutneys, Hampshire milk, wood items and other local crafts.
Added by SarahF on May 25, 2011 at 11:00 — No Comments
Duncan and I went out, as it was our anniversary, and popped down to the Mayflower in Lymington. I don't recall seeing local food on the menu before, however was pleasantly surprised. There were IOW burgers and sausages on the main menu, and also New Forest Biscotti with the chocolate pot! Biscotti, by their very nature are very hard, and it wouldn't have suited everyone, however, never one to say no to chocolate, and still with my own set of enamels I really enjoyed it. May be a…Continue
Added by SarahF on May 25, 2011 at 10:30 — No Comments
Defying the recession - stats show market rise
The local markets showed a 30% increase in visits in the first quarter of the year…Continue
Added by SarahF on May 11, 2011 at 11:30 — No Comments