I don't know if it's my boyfriends chef-y influence, but I really like these produce stands. I like to see real farmers/fishers/bakers etc selling real food. I think its only right that you can buy fresh fish next to veg and meat, all of it looking clean and healthy.
The St. Catherine's Hill artisan part is equally beautiful, inspiring and exciting. I love all the food stalls, with all their smells mixing and creating a new scent every few meters up the hill.
When we got to the top of the hill we decided to go on a wonder around Frome rather than go straight back down again. I rally enjoy exploring down alley ways and back streets, of which Frome has many.
We got caught in a ridiculous amount of heavy rain, which we luckily managed to stay out of by waiting under a convenient archway we found.
After this wonder about we grabbed ourselves a sausage inna bun (a la Dibbler) from the Parson's Nose van. Two sausages, with onions in a huge bun. I felt like I should have been waddling about after that I was so full. It was perfect.
During the day we also visited the Black Swan. They had an exhibition of Wallace and Gromit up in their exhibition space. It's a small but perfectly formed exhibition, and it was great getting to see some of the props & characters they used in filming along with some stills of the filming process. Worth a look if your over that way!
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