Who’s cooking Christmas dinner this year?

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If it’s you, you’ll want to keep it as simple and stress-free as possible, and you won’t be alone. Physical tiredness and fatigue from having too much to do in too little time rank among the top five stressors at Christmas.

But when it comes to the most important family meal of the year you’ll want to be assured of quality, too. Fortunately, the district’s online farmers’ market, Pretty Local, is here to give you a helping hand.

‘This is a subject dear to our hearts,’ says Pretty Local’s Andrea Wilson. ‘I wanted to take the stress out of Christmas but also ensure the best quality produce. So, I have put together some lovely boxes with everything from free range turkey to local and organic veg and lots of tasty treats,’ she explains.

Forget that Christmas rush to the supermarket and get the best local produce delivered to you. Visit Pretty Local’s website and you’ll be able to select everything you could possibly need to make your Christmas meal a success, and all delivered in good time for the big day. Pretty Local’s regulars are signing up fast so make sure you pre-order yours soon.

‘From long experience, we know what’s at the top of people’s shopping lists and we also know that people prefer to buy fresh and local if they can get it,’ says Andrea. Fortunately, with Pretty Local, fresh produce from the district’s finest suppliers is a given but there is one downside … Once you’ve treated your family to a Pretty Local Christmas this year, they’ll want you to cook again next! Hmm.

For more information and to order your bespoke Christmas box, you can contact Pretty Local here

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