Something to get your teeth into at Farmers'Market.
THE Kings Moss Farmers Market in St Helens will be hosting a fun competition to speak with a plum in your mouth.
The regular monthly market is celebrating its Plum Festival - including a prize of afternoon tea for two at Fir Tree Farm Cafe for the person who can recite a set text whilst holding a plum in their mouth.
All entrants will be judged on clarity of diction.
Organiser Alan Abbott said: "We will have real plum trees for sale and an array of goodies such as pork and plum pies, plum cakes, tarts, plum curds, jams, chutneys, and plum fruits all from the producers, and we are also offering free tastings of damson gin in the cafe."
The Fruit Festival is the second of the planned three seasonal fruit themes at the market with the October Market being the Apple Festival.
The market on Saturday is open from 9.30am to 1.30pm with the competition taking place during the morning.
It is free to the public with free parking.
All enquiries to Fir Tree Farm Shop and Cafe, Kings Moss, St Helens on 01744 894959.
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|Publication:||Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Aug 11, 2014|
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