Markets

Monthly Sunday market showcasing local produce, arts and crafts

On the fourth Sunday of every month we hold a vibrant market showcasing some of our regions’ best local products and produce.

Entry is free, so why don’t you come along to start your Sunday with delicious breakfast baps, or pop into the café for our organic Sunday roast (booking advised) and then a stroll around the market.

And what’s more, you’ll be able to help us in supporting our local producers by ‘buying local’.

Our markets are held on the 4th Sunday of each month in our large covered barn from 11 am until 2 pm.

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Local, ethical and sustainable

Local, ethical and sustainable produce including; beers and ciders, local meat, fruit vinegar’s, preserves, herb jellies, vegan bakery, houmous and seasonal and organic dog treats!

Arts, crafts, and artefacts including; perennials and shrubs, handmade jewellery, woodwork, ceramins, photography, children’s literature, felt-work, paintings, knitted items and textiles, eco-lingerie… plus more stalls are added every month

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October 17 @ 9:30 am - 10:30 am
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An event every week that begins at 9:30am on Thursday, repeating until 25th October 2018

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