2022 Oakwood Farmers’ Market
SATURDAY 19th February
Please be aware that we still need to protect others.
Cards rather than cash at most stalls
Follow the link to the REAP Farmers' Market web page for details of our regular stall holders who offer:
- Meat joints, burgers, chicken, bacon, pies and highland beef.
- Fresh fish, eggs, cheese, butter, honey
- plants, flowers, fruit and vegetables.
- Soups, sauces and fruit juice.
- Bread, patisseries and pastries
- Italian home made donuts and cannelloni.
- Gluten free pastries
- fresh parathas, chutneys, pakora, samosas
- fresh coffee to drink now and to take away.
We have 2 Guests Stalls this month
Established in 2008, the Pextenement Cheese Company aims to produce high quality organic artisan cheeses solely using our own organic milk produced at Pextenement Farm.
Seeds to Sow source the best high quality seeds, lots are easy to grow, and provide them in resealable seed packets with growing instructions, for both the experienced and novice gardener.
We welcome the return of our coffee stall Third Wave Coffee.
NOT HERE THIS MONTH
who are taking a well earned rest.
This month the Reap Stall will be focused on Climate Change, with activities for children (in connection with Climate Coalition Campaign), free books, free net bags for buying loose veg and the last few REAP bamboo cups.
Will be the Parochial and Home Guard Snooker Club you will find them under the clock.
Don't forget the Open Gardens will be taking place again this year and if you are interested in taking part you can make contact through the Website or Facebook page.
The market runs once a month, follow the link to the REAP Farmers' Market web page for more details of our regular stalls.
Remember everything is produced locally and is fresh, organic, seasonal and/or free range.
This is a community run market, not for profit
Events in Roundhay Park*
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*These events are not organised by REAP