BRAYFORD      

A rural parish in North Devon, England including Brayford village, High Bray and Charles, and a part of Exmoor National Park

 

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VILLAGE MARKET DELIVERIES

We are trying to keep at least a part of our Village Market going by having Bess Hill Farm Shop (local meats & veggies and sundry food stuffs of all sorts), and the Bakery (breads) coming to Brayford for periodic deliveries.

Bess Hill will be at the Village Hall car park every Friday at 12 noon (do check with them when you place your order to make certain that there have not been any changes in the delivery time).

The Bakery will be at the Village Hall car park every other Wednesday (next delivery April 15) at 10 am.

For Bess Hill orders, please call them directly (telephone number 01271 850311), not later than 5 pm on the preceding Tuesday, and arrange your payment with them when you call.

For the Bakery, call Jonathan or Madeleine (telephone number 01598 710389) with your orders and we will organise them with the Bakery. We will pay the Bakery for all the orders directly, and will let you know the cost of each order and settle up with each of you at some point.

Both Bess Hill and the Bakery are doing their best in difficult times to meet our requests; please be patient if they do not always get your order exactly right!

Also East & West Bakery will have a village drop-off. Those interested in ordering will need to call 01598 710389 in order to place an order. The delivery is at the Village Hall every fortnight on Wednesday at 10 am. The next delivery is Wednesday, April 15.

And, remember to keep ‘strict social distances’ when picking up your orders, even though we love to chat when we see each other … If we do not adhere to the guidelines, we will not be able to continue this service


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