To celebrate the start of spring, the newly rebranded Mole Country Stores in Driffield is hosting a special event over the Easter Bank Holiday on Friday 18 and Saturday 19 April from 10am to 4.30pm.
The event at the former Farmway store will celebrate the simple pleasures in life – early morning dog walks, digging over the veg plot or collecting freshly laid eggs.
Customers will be able to enjoy hundreds of special offers over the weekend on gardening products, outdoor living ranges and smallholder and pet essentials as well as having the chance to enter a competition to win a day at River Cottage.
The winning customer will enjoy a River Cottage course of their choice to the value of £250. With everything from beekeeping and mushroom foraging to bread baking and cheese making this is sure to be a ‘good lifer’s’ dream prize!
At this special Easter event there will be fun for all the family with an Easter egg hunt and face painting, plus on Friday (18th April) there will be demonstrations and handling from Park Rose Bird of Prey Centre between 2.30pm-4.30pm.
Christine Evans, Store Manager at Mole Country Stores in Driffield said, “This is a great feel good event where customers can come and enjoy fantastic offers on seasonal ranges, free refreshments and special demonstrations helping them live simply for less. We look forward to welcoming customers over the Easter Bank Holiday and we hope they like the new look and feel of the store following our rebrand and makeover.”
Mole Country Stores has also launched a school’s competition with Northfield Infant School inviting one nominated class to take part in a ‘most creative use of an egg carton’ competition. All entries will be displayed in the store during the Live Simply for Less event and the winner will have secured a garden hand tool set and choice of seeds for their class as well as a £25 voucher to spend in store. The class winner will then go through to the group stage, judged against other Mole Country Stores with one overall winner receiving a Brinsea Mini Advance incubator starter pack for their school.
Formerly known as Farmway Country Stores LTD, the store on Albion Street has been rebranded to Mole Country Stores.
Mole Country Stores knows how important it is to have everything you need at down-to-earth prices.
Mole Valley Farmers: Mole Valley Farmers was started in 1960 by a small group of farmers in South Molton, North Devon. Today, there are over 7,700 farmer shareholders and 20,000 country members. It is a significant employer particularly in South West England, with a turnover in excess of £400 million.
Mole Valley Farmers trades as a cooperative, it has strong values in respect of the farming community and derives a meaningful income from rural retailing. Over the years the company has grown and developed its businesses and now consist of the following regional activities:
10 Mole Valley Farmers retail locations in the South West
Mole Valley Forage Services
MoleCare Veterinary Services
Mole Valley Farmers Online
Mole Valley Feed Solutions which includes –
4 Ruminant feed mills
A network of feed blending facilities
A mineral and supplement plant
18 SCATS Countrystores
18 Mole Country Stores
Cereal seed dressing and processing plant