Category Archives: Farmers’ markets

Shrewsbury here we come!

2016 sees us returning to Shrewsbury markets at last; for the last couple of years they’ve not managed to find room for us, but we’re pleased to say that we’ll be back to see old friends and new, starting this … Continue reading

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Shrewsbury markets

May 10th, we’ve just done the Made in Shropshire market in Shrewsbury. This was a one-off, as our normal Stafford market had been cancelled; in their wisdom, the council decided to give preference to the Lord Mayor’s parade. Let’s hope … Continue reading

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Whitchurch Food & Drink Festival

Whitchurch festivalWe’re pleased to be having a stall at the first ever Whitchurch Food & Drink Festival on May 31st & June 1st. A host of other producers are signed up for what promises to be a special event. Those of you who don’t know Whitchurch or have less than recent memories of it my well be surprised at how it has changed; it’s a thriving market town with a lot of excellent facilities – if you don’t find anything to eat there and then at the market (unlikely!), there are plenty of good pubs serving food & drink, so you can make an enjoyable outing of it.

Saturday 10am – 6pm
Sunday 10am – 5pm

Civic Centre, High Street, Whitchurch, Shropshire, SY13 1AX

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Back in Newcastle

Thanks to the good offices of those nice people at Newcastle BC (cheers, Jean!) we’ll be setting up at Newcastle Farmers’ Market this Friday, May 20th – and, all being well, next month, on 17th June.  It’ll be good to … Continue reading

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First markets of the season

Busy weekend last weekend – 3 markets at Shrewsbury, Rode Hall & Market Drayton.  Good to see old friends at each of them, though some disappointment that we’re not doing veg plugs this year. Stafford tomorrow. & the first tomato … Continue reading

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