A Summer Pop-Up for growers and craftspeople to celebrate produce and crafts will take place in Weston Rhyn later this month.

The community event will take place on Saturday July 23, between 11am and 3pm, at Tom Adam's fruit tree nursery.

After the Spring Maker's Market success back in May, the community will be able to enjoy another festivity, just outside Oswestry, where with market gardeners of Bronygarth Orchard Garden, and Bloomin' El Flowers, will put together stalls.

The stalls will include fresh, seasonal veg, local honey, a beautiful cut flower bouquet (all produced on site), unique handmade gift, a cup of tea and a slice of homemade cake.

Spokesman said: "The event will also see the return of OsNosh Community Kitchen, who sold out of their delicious fare at the Spring Makers Market when they featured Treflach Farm venison sausages, Babbinswood Farm cheese, and other locally sourced goodies in their mouthwatering 'posh dogs'."

Visitors will also have the option to try a taste of South America with Pueblo Artisan of Shrewsbury bringing their Argentinian inspired street food, while relaxing and listening to some live acoustic music by Olly Kynaston.

Spokesman added: "Orders and enquiries about Tom's heritage fruit trees are also welcomed, with many of the now rare varieties grown here traditional to Shropshire and the Welsh Marches, and perfect for the home garden or orchard."

To find Tom Adam's fruit tree nursery you have to go through the farm gate on the right-hand side immediately after passing the Bronygarth sign, from Weston Rhyn.

Parking will be available at the Quinta Christian Conference Centre, just a short stroll from the nursery. For anyone with mobility issues they are invited to drive directly on site.

For more information and to see the full stallholder line-up, find @bronygarthorchardgarden on Facebook.