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Dig It, Cook It, Eat It!

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Sudeley Castle
Cheltenham
Gloucestershire
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The Good Life is back! Not since Tom and Barbara Good decided to go back to the land and turn their Surbiton home into a self-sufficient farm-cum-allotment has Britain been sowing, planting and harvesting with such enthusiasm. Concerns about food miles and excessive packaging, and a hunger for more organic produce, has prompted more and more people to either grow their own or take advantage of the many fabulous farmers markets across Britain. In celebration of the sumptuous selection of mouth watering local produce available in Gloucestershire, Sudeley presents Dig It, Cook It, Eat It

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