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Hampshire Potato Day

An event in January in Hampshire
Whitchurch
Hampshire
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Event timing: Late January
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The South's largest event of its type attracting 2,000 visitors each year. Around 150 varieties of seed potato which can be bought in any quantity from a single tuber upwards. Plus unusual plants and seeds for sale, advice from an RHS gold medal winning grower, talks on potato growing and cookery demonstrations, children's activities. Fully detailed catalogue of the varieties available.

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