NEW OFFER: £2 Off PYO Strawberries at Primrose Vale Farm Shop
Explore Gloucestershire have teamed up with Primrose Vale to offer £2 off PYO Strawberries this summer.
All you have to do is pick £10 or more of strawberries atPrimrose Vale - a great discount for the freshest strawberries from a great local business - a lot fresher than supermarkets!
Picking your own strawberries is a great family outing that children of all ages seem to love. Nothing quite beats the satisfaction of enjoying your own hand picked succulent berries as you dig out your favourite recipes. It’s a bit of an educational experience for children as well, as they get to see where some of their food comes from, and how it grows.
Experience of picking fruit with children has however given Explore Gloucestershire the insight to pass on a couple of valuable tips – wet wipes and old clothes!!
At Primrose Vale PYO you don’t even have to bend down, as the strawberries are at waist height esuring that picking is an easy and enjoyable experience on a fine sunny day in Gloucestershire - great news for us, but bad news for the bugs!!
There are many other fruits to pick at Primrose Vale Farm Shop including raspberries, redcurrants, whitecurrants, blackcurrants, gooseberries, tayberries, loganberries, as well as seasonal vegetables throughout the summer.
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19 June 2012
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