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Shop Locally For Christmas

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There's not so much shopping time left before Christmas and if you want to buy pretty much anything you'd need for the big day, our local shops can help.

We're very lucky, in a small community to have a wonderful butcher in Boon's, a greengrocers, a Corner Shoppe/post office, a newsagent, tack shop, a great farm shop, deli and a farm supplier who sells lots of fantastic and useful things. Of course, we'll only have such quality and convenience locally if we continue to support our village businesses

So, if you need a lovely wreath (click on the picture) or a Christmas tree, logs, coal, turkey, potatoes and lots of other great things, it's Chapelwood Farm.

AJ Boon's can supply all your meat, poultry, cheese and pickles needs. Did I mention great pies?

Chelford Green grocers can sort you out for fruit and veg

See Keith at the Paper Shop for anything in print, sweeties and lots, lots more

You can browse The Corner Shoppe for groceries, sweets, wines and spirits, gifts, cards etc and post your cards and parcels at the same time

Jones' Deli has lots of sophisticated comestibles to add a sparkle to the big day

Aren't we lucky? Yes.

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