Where to buy locally produced food in Wrexham

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    wrexview
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    Tim’s for Fish on St.Georges Crescent sells much more than just fish. Including locally produced game ! Pop in and take a look!

    #55627

    wrexview
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    Don’t forget our local Village Bakery located in Coedpoeth. Their bread is available in their own shops, the Co-op and Tesco’s. Which one do you like best?

    #55628

    wrexview
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    Not tried it myself but anyone who likes to eat goat, Tim the Fish on St Groeges Crescent now has it available, cut to order.

    #55626

    Rob
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    Sounds great – can make some goat curry!!

    #55629

    wrexview
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    Having noticed today that Tesco are selling 400 grams of strawberries for 3.99 ( includes a ” free ” tub of cream worth 0.46). It is much cheaper to go to Bellis’s in Holt ,either to pick your own or purchase ready picked in the shop.Their strawberries taste better too!!

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    Adam
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    Local Food First is as good a place as any to find local producers and events..

    Local Food First Wrexham

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