It's Time For Summer Planting
What's the best place locally for your summer bedding plants? It's Chapel Wood Farm on Congleton Lane, where Olivia Norbury waves her magic wand over the plants to produce something spectacular.
If you remember how magnificent were last year's floral displays around the village, then Chapel Wood farm was the source of the plants. If you're in need of hanging baskets, asparagus, strawberries, locally grown potatoes, logs, coal etc. then you're in luck too.
So, if you're unsure, go past St John's church on the Holmes Chapel road and take the first left into Congleton Lane. Chapel Wood Farm is about 100 metres down there on your right.
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