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Easter Market

We are hoping that spring is finally in the air tomorrow as it is our monthly Farmers market. All our regular stall holders should be with us . Eccentric Gin who came to our Christmas market are also hoping to make an appearance. Its been a tough old couple of weeks for our producers many,  […]

Aux Bonnes Choisir

Fabrice has now arrived with his bread.

February Market

Spring is definitely in the air at the moment and sees the welcome return of Olive U and Cutflower kitchen tomorrow. We will also have Celtic Crepes with us again. Coffee, Tea and snacks will available from the Espresso Bar and hot dogs from G & R Tudge. To note: Beverly Reed of Creative Food […]


USB Stick found at yesterdays market – please contact us if this is yours at Many Thanks

Today’s market

Just a few of the friendly stallholders at today’s market

Cut Flower Kitchen

Sally will not be with us tomorrow as she has too few flowers in her garden! Looking forward to tasting some delicious crepes on St Dwynwen’s day. Lots of romantic treats available to celebrate the Welsh patron saint of lovers

Happy New Year!!

Its out first Farmers Market of 2018 on Thursday 25th January. We will have most of our regular stallholders on hand to serve you their wares. We are very excited to introduce a couple of guest producers this month: Richard Griffiths Art with his hand drawn wildlife and the Celtic Crêpe  company will be selling […]

Merry Christmas

We would like to wish all our customers a very Merry and Peaceful Christmas and a Happy New Year. Thank you for your continued support through all of  2017 and we look forward to serving you in 2018. Our next market is 25th January 2018

Delicia Teas

Unfortunately, Delicia teas can’t make it tomorrow  but the good news is Eccentric Gin will definitely be  coming to the market selling locally made Gin, just in time for Christmas

Christmas Market

Looking forward to seeing all our customers for a our Christmas market which is a combined effort with the general market on the 21st December. However as it is a combined market,we will not be in our usual places. We are hoping to be all together at the entrance to the Market Hall. There will […]