Cheshire Saffron Company

Lodges used for harvesting saffron that would double up as holiday lets at certain times of the year could open in a Cheshire village. An award-winning local company has made moved to spice up a global market with plans to expand its saffron-growing business.

The Cheshire Saffron Company has lodged a planning application with Cheshire West and Chester Council for a proposed development off Commonside, Alvanley, which would see the construction of six lodges and an agricultural building for harvesting saffron indoors. The six lodges would also double up as holiday lets at certain times of the year.

Read more at: Cheshire Live

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