Two farming families rely on Ludlow’s market in its ancient square to try and sell their produce. Father and son team David and George grow six varieties of apples that they turn into premium ciders, but rain at the market threatens to put a dint in their sales.\n\nHusband and wife team Liam and Alice are trying to build a thriving market garden on their modest seven-and-a-half acres. They have a secret sales weapon in the form of their four-month-old baby Sidney, who they are hoping will help pull in the customers.
Source: BBC 1
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