SOME UK FARMERS MARKETS…

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WINCHESTER – Great for local trout when in season and smoked when not. It’s help Bi monthly on a Sunday.

STROUD – Great for local cheeses and Gloucester Old Spot Pork Pie. There is also a large fresh fruit choice and is held every Saturday.

STOKE NEWINGTON, LONDON – This is an award winning organic market, which encourages urban organic farming and is held on Saturday’s.

EDINBURGH – Great for meat, smoked salmon and local fish in season and is held every Saturday.

RIPLY, SURREY – This is a charity market run by volunteers, with all proceeds going to local charities (what a brilliant idea) and is held the 2nd Saturday of the month.

HARROGATE, YORKSHIRE – Great for pies, local meats and cheeses with over forty stalls. It;s held the second Thursday of the month.

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  1. BUXTON Held periodically. Has a number of stalls selling locally sourced pies, cheeses etc and one stall which has started serving locally-reared Buffalo Steaks. Cheeses include :- Cheshire with either Chives and onions, Caramellised onion and one of my favourites – Cheshire with locally brewed Wincle Old Hag Beer and mustard.
    For anyone interested, web sites include ‘The Cheshire Cheese Co & Wincle Brewery.

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      1. Keep a look-out on the Buxton website since periodically they also have a Continental Market outside the pavilion. Here you can sample lots of ‘foreign’ delicacies, hot and cold. can recommend that you try the Turkish Delight. It is!
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