The Farmers' Market is held on the 1st Thursday of each month, except January, from 10.00 am - 12.30 pm.
We are delighted with the success of our Farmers' Market which started in June 2012. We have 10 regular stallholders selling their fresh produce (freshly baked, home reared or home grown).
There is a real buzz and community spirit at the market and we feel that we have achieved what we wanted to do – bringing the church and the local community together.
A number of customers and stallholders have commented on the friendly atmosphere of the market. However, we have to remember that the stallholders are running a business and it is important that we support them in order for the market to continue being successful.
Wwe had a very busy Farmers' Market on Thursday 6th December, with an excellent turn out. All the stalls were very popular and as usual the complementary mulled wine was enjoyed by many to warm them up. The highlight of the market was our 'Silent Auction' which raised the grand sum of £1,333. Added to this we held a raffle which raised the sum of £181 and our church table, selling homemade sweets and cakes, made another £140. Together with the money from our Stallholders and our cafe, the final total raised on the day was £1,905, which will go towards refurbishment of the church.
Our regular stallholders, are as follows:
Bread & Co
Artisan Breads and Cakes, Bread & Co.
Large selection of local cheese. Fowlers are the oldest cheese making family business in England Fowlers Cheese
Locally grown plants from April to October.
Green Acres Rural Enterprise
'Green Acres Rural Enterprise’ offer informal educational opportunities for young people to learn to grow and cook their own food. They are selling vegetables, cakes and produce made from their vegetable garden. We are hoping that by the Spring they will have a much larger selection of vegetables on offer. Green Acres Rural Enterprise
The Jam Lady
Home made jams, jellies, chutneys, preserves, greeting cards
Producer of Dexter Beef, Loughtan Manx Lamb, Pork Woodbine Farm
All the food is locally sourced (apart from the fish) and the stallholders are from within approximately 30 miles of Grandborough.
We have a very welcoming cafe where you can enjoy a friendly chat, whilst enjoying a cup of tea or coffee, bacon rolls, hot sausage rolls, cheese scones or a selection of homemade cakes. Tea, coffee, scones and cakes are only 70p each.
The church has a toilet for the disabled, baby changing facilties, and highchairs.
Our postcode is CV23 8DH. Free parking available throughout the village.
For more information about the market, please contact either Peter or Dorothy on 01788 814994 or email:firstname.lastname@example.org