Vegetables were in abundance this week with a wide variety of locally grown produce at ridiculous prices.
A large cabbage 25p.
Broccoli head 25p.
3kg sprouts 80p, I have put several bags of these into the freezer as we won't eat them in a week and it is such a shame to waste them. Now is certainly the time to store away food at such bargain prices. Tomatoes were also cheap and plentiful at the sale, for those wishing to preserve.
Books, as always were been sold at giveaway prices, no value placed on a book at all.
£1 bought us five ready for those Winter days when we want to sit in front of the stove and relax.
Lily and Daisy are due to visit next weekend, with their parents of course and I always like to have a craft project ready for them so I was delighted when I came across a substantial bag of sequins for the bargain price of 20p. At those prices I can afford to be generous with them, dolly peg butterflies are what I have planned.
Last but not least I came across a Royal Albert, Country Roses dish that I haven't got in my collection
I tentatively asked the price and was astounded when they asked for £1. As you can imagine I very quickly handed over the £1 coin and brought it home.
I am thrilled with the new addition, a beautiful car boot treasure. Did you manage to bag a bargain this weekend? Thank you all for your comments and well wishes, we are certainly on the mend now. I had forgotten how debilitating these virus's can be. A very warm welcome to new followers, I certainly hope that you find something to enjoy whilst you join me in my simple adventures through life.
See you soon.