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A Taste of History with Cowleys Fine Foods

A project in Lancashire, UK by Martin and Suzie Cowley

Cancelled by Creator

A walk through culinary history a taste at a time
Backers: 25
Average Pledge Per Backer: £31

Funded: £771 of £7,500
Dates: Oct 21st -> Dec 20th (61 days)
Project By: Martin and Suzie Cowley
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November 22nd - via:
Hi guys, Im really sorry but I feel I must pull the project, I had hoped it would be doable but in all honesty I think its the wrong time, to much uncertainty about covid, also, I think many people are skint and Ive started the project to close to... (Read More)

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