TTW Christmas Produce!

Posted on 02 December 2020

TTW have collected together some tasty treats for you to buy, perfect as Christmas gifts for yourself and others! All funds raised will enable TTW to keep running projects such as May Close, other wildlife / garden projects and supporting our work in the community.

We have limited stock, so if there is something you fancy, please do place your orders asap, as once it’s gone, it’s gone! We can also put together mixed parcels which will be gift wrapped.

You can choose from:

Jam, Jelly, Marmalade
  1. Apricot Jam – £2.00
  2. Orange Marmalade  – £2.00
  3. Blueberry Jam (Large) – £4.00
  4. Fig Preserve (Small) – £2.50 – (Medium) – £3.00 – (Large) – £4.00
  5. Blackberry & Apple Jelly – £2.00
  6. Spiced Pear Jam – £2.50
Chutney, Salsa, Pickles
  1. Tomato Chilli Chutney – £2.00
  2. Tomato Chilli Jam – £2.00
  3. Tomato Salsa – £2.00
  4. Tomato Chutney (Large) – £2.50 – (Small) – £2.00
  5. Beetroot Chilli Chutney – £3.00
  6. Green Tomato Chutney – £2.00
  7. Courgette Relish – (Large) – £3.00
  8. Jalapeno pickle – £2.50
  9. Beef Tomato & Chilli Chutney- (Large) – £3.00 – (Medium) – £2.50
  10. Pickled Hot Green Peppers – £2.50
  11. Chilli salts – £4.50 each
  • Lemon Drop (medium hot)
  • Orange Habanero (very hot)
  • Carolina Reaper (exceptionally hot)

If you would like to order any of these items, please do get in touch with Julia asap via email at [email protected]

All orders will be arranged with Julia and will be delivered, or must be collected, between 7th – 14th December.

A big thank you to Keith and Liane at Sustainable Sussex for very generously donating some of their delicious chilli salts and chutneys for us to sell.

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