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  • Oundle Farmers Market

    Oundle Farmers Market

    Oundle, Peterborough, Northamptonshire

    Oundle Town Council owns the market rights for the town and manages the thriving markets. Since before 972AD there has been a well stocked open-air market in the attractive Market Place. On the second Saturday of each month an excellent Farmers' Market is held where local produce is sold direct to t…

  • Yorkshire Farmers Markets

    Yorkshire Farmers Markets

    Otley, West Yorkshire

    Yorkshire farmers markets sell fresh and organic produce, direct from the producer and sourced as locally as possible. The wide variety of stalls include bread, jams & honey preserves, fresh eggs, cupcakes, plants & herbs, Italian foods, pies, pork & bacon products, fishcakes, confectionery, …

  • Chichester Farmers Market

    Chichester Farmers Market

    Chichester, West Sussex

    Chichester District first Farmers' Market was held in 1998. They have been held regularly every month since then, growing in size and frequency over time. Today the markets are held on the 1st and 3rd Friday each month in Chichester. Each market is attended by stallholders selling a wide variety o…

  • Kings Norton Farmers Market

    Kings Norton Farmers Market

    Birmingham, West Midlands

    The above charter was issued on the 15th May 1616 by King James I, to establish a market on the green at Kings Norton. It was re-established as a Farmers' Market in June 2005 by a group of local foodies and enthusiasts, with a passion for local produce. The Kings Norton Farmers' Market was set u…

  • Suffolk Farmers Markets

    Suffolk Farmers Markets

    Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk

    Suffolk Farmers Markets is an independent company based in Suffolk. We organise a number of regular monthly farmers markets in Suffolk, plus other one-off events. We constantly strive to provide a wide variety of locally produced, good quality food and drink plus unique hand-made crafts and g…

  • Harkstead Farmers Market

    Harkstead Farmers Market

    Harkstead, Ipswich, Suffolk

    If you want food as fresh as it can be, visit the Harkstead Farmers' Market in Suffolk near the Essex border. The market takes place in the Village Hall every third Saturday of the month  from 9am - 12pm (Noon), with over 30 participating specialist producers. The majority of stallhol…

  • Kings Heath Farmers Market

    Kings Heath Farmers Market

    Kings Heath, Birmingham, West Midlands

    Kings Heath Farmers Market has been set up by Kings Heath Business Association which is a group of local businesses who wanted to make a difference to our community and Kings Heath. The Business Association is a non-profit making organisation. At our vibrant farmers market you can find a variety of loca…

  • WildlifeTrust BCN

    WildlifeTrust BCN

    Stewartby, Bedford, Bedfordshire

    Wildlife Watch group does fun hands on outdoor wildlife themed activities. It runs on the last Saturday on the month at Houghton Hall Park and Pavilion. Kids can be left with our trained leaders or parents can stay and join in. 9.45am to 11.45am. 50p a session. Next 2 sessions are Saturday 27th September…

  • Farmers Fayres

    Farmers Fayres

    Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

    Welcome to our website. Farmers Fayres was created over 9 years ago to meet the public’s ever-growing demand for high quality, fresh and local produce. In the early days Farmers Markets were viewed in general as being expensive and for the few, but you may be surprised to know that many of the…

  • Kingsclere Photo Club

    Kingsclere Photo Club

    Kingsclere, Newbury, Hampshire

    We are a small, friendly, grass-roots camera club for people interested in sharing and improving their picture taking (snapshots, prints or slides) without getting too technical or competitive.There are around 25 members, of all abilities from beginners to fairly competent. Monthly meetings, on the firs…