Stallholders at this year’s Potato Day

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Emma from Woodside Garden CentreThis year, despite all the kerfuffle surrounding the weather and rearranging the date for Potato Day to the 11th March, we expect to have a full contingent of interesting and exciting stalls on offer. A lot of old friends, and some new ones too.

So with all the seed potatoes now delivered, and Caroline’s teaqm busy serving up lunches and snacks through the afternoon,  we hope to have a great day, even if we are week late!

The full roll call of stallholders is as follows:

Blue House Goats Cheese  
Border Bee Keepers Friendly group for all things bee
Border Forest Trust Helping to restore native woodland to Southern Scotland
Chainbridge Honey Farm Honey, beeswax and honey products
Dessert Diva Desserts and Cakes
Graham Ambrose Woodturning Woodturner
Honest Crust Hand made savouries
Kitty’s Ginger Wine  
Laprig Fruit Traditional fruit juices
Liz Zimmerman Potato prints and cards
Lyne Organics home fragrances made from made from natural and organic ingredients home fragrances made from made from natural and organic ingredients
Mad Jam Woman  
Northern Edge Coffee Micro coffee roastery producing high quality, speciality coffee using ethically sourced green beans
Northumbrian Basket Weavers Promoting and enabling the study and practice of all aspects of basketmaking
Peelham Farm Organic pork, lamb and beef
Saving Scotland’s Red Squirrels Workimg to protect red squirrels in Scotland
SkyBluePink designs Suppliers of knitting kits, knitting patterns and ebooks designed by Jennie Howes plus St Abbs Wool Festival
Stichill jerseys Organic dairy produce
Woodland Trust  
Woodside Garden Centre Plants, garden tools and sundries
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