Opening Times

The Garden Shed and Pantry is closed but you can still get everything you need in Cygnet from the new owners, who have renamed the business to Heartfelt Wholefoods.

Heartfelt Wholefoods also sell the products at:

The Cygnet Market

1st and 3rd Sundays of the month, all year round

 10am – 2pm,

Town Hall (Mary Street), Cygnet.

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