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Father’s Day at Apley Farm Shop

Father’s Day at Apley Farm Shop
A farm shop near Bridgnorth is celebrating Father’s Day with a special offer from its very newly opened plant centre.

Apley Plant Centre which opened last weekend at Apley Farm Shop, has a number of wonderful offers, in particular Herbaceous Perennials £8 each or 3 for £20 – perfect for green-fingered Dads.

The plant centre offers design, knowledge & inspiration to gardeners. “The centre is a delight to visit – a feast for the eyes & imagination” began Lady Hamilton, Apley Farm Shop’s Marketing Manager. “It perfectly complements Apley’s other attractions, making a great day out for all ages.” Visitors are given wide selection of garden plants, from small alpines to large specimen stock, plus unusual varieties that gardeners will love.

The Farm Shop itself has a range of locally produced indulgent treats ready for deserving fathers, including bespoke hampers start at £6 & include Apley Ale, pork scratchings, gourmet licquorice, Apley cheese & No 1 Dad chocolate medal. In addition, Hobson's beer is on offer at £12 for 6 bottles.

Especially for Fathers’ Day, The Creamery Café’s ever popular roast Sunday lunch will cost £29.99 for two courses for 2 adults & 2 children, with a free Apley Ale for Dad, made locally by Hobsons Brewery of Shropshire & a special Shropshire cheese board offer.

For full details & times see www.apleyfarmshop.co.uk or call 01952 730 345

 

 

 


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