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Flegg’s famous chutney back in production as Bookers steps in to supply ingredients

PUBLISHED: 18:53 14 June 2017 | UPDATED: 18:53 14 June 2017

Students from Flegg High School have been handed a donation by Bookers Cash and Carry ahead of their farmers market on June 24. Photo: Flegg High School.

Students from Flegg High School have been handed a donation by Bookers Cash and Carry ahead of their farmers market on June 24. Photo: Flegg High School.

Flegg High School

Students at Flegg High School are rolling up their sleeves to make chutney and various breads ahead of their next farmers’ market.

And giving them a helping hand before the event was Bookers Wholesale.

The trade superstore donated some of the ingredients to make their sauces and relish, a popular staple of the growing market that encourages people to buy local.

A spokesman from Bookers said the company was pleased to support Flegg and happy to be a part of a great community event.

The students have promised to take some chutney back for the staff as a thank you for their donation.

The annual Farmers Market and Village Fayre is being held at the Somerton Road school on Saturday June 24 10-4pm.

There will be a wide range of fresh produce, plants and flowers, craft stalls, barbecue, games, bouncy castle and penalty shoot out as well as entertainment.

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