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Malta's agricultural hub, Żebbiegħ, will once again host it's annual agricultural event 'Frott il-Bidwi Mġarri' on Sunday the 22nd of April 2017 in the vicinity of Saint Anne's Church at 8.30am - 7.00pm.


Delicious freshly picked strawberries and a wide variety of local fresh vegetables. Other products for sale will be honey, olive oil, cheeselets and a large variety of other agri-products and pot plants. Beverages and typical Maltese food will also be available all day. 

You will have the opportunity to enjoy different activities for all the family, including the open air farm animal exhibition and donkey rides which attract adults and children alike.

The truck and car show, agricultural machinery, a display of traditional Maltese carts decorated with vegetables, fruits, flowers and antique agricultural tools, photos and paintings exhibition and children's games and there will also be traditional music by traditional folk singers. 




Mass will be celebrated in Saint Anne's Church and a guided tours will be held at Skorba Temples.

Free parking will be available 100m away.

 When attending this event please say you saw it mentioned on www.maltababyandkids.com


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