Pam’s butties help bring home the bacon

PUBLISHED: 09:24 05 June 2013

Pam Corbin serves up one of her delcious bacon butties.

Pam Corbin serves up one of her delcious bacon butties.


Uplyme and Lyme Regis Horticultural Society’s plant sale and coffee morning raises a bumper £825 to help finance the big summer show

Uplyme and Lyme Regis Horticultural Society attracted more than 100 keen local gardeners to its spring plant sale and coffee morning.

A total of £825 was raised from the sale of plants, home produce and refreshments – which included delicious bacon butties from River Cottage preserves expert Pam ‘The Jam’ Corbin and her team.

The funds will help finance Uplyme’s big annual summer event, the horticultural society’s summer show and country fayre on Saturday July 20. For details of the fun-packed day – which will include Pam’s special cream teas – see

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