2020 Oakwood Farmers’ Market
SATURDAY 21st November
The market has permission to run during this Lockdown and we thank you for making this possible by respecting the social distancing, and accepting the inconvenience that this has caused, with understanding and good humour.
SAFETY FOR EVERYONE IS OUR OVERWHELMING PRIORITY
We will continue with;
ONLY ONE ENTRY POINT
By the clock
ONLY ONE EXIT POINT
Via the car park
For the safe running of the market, we need space for the socially distanced queues, so please keep social interactions to a minimum where there is queueing.
Cards rather than cash at most stalls
Bear with us, these are strange times and we are working to make the market as enjoyable and safe as we can!
There have been a lot of considerations to weigh up and arrangements to be made so that we can meet the social distancing and other criteria.
In order for the market to run successfully under these new restrictions we desperately need volunteers.
If you want the market to continue please consider giving a very occasional Saturday morning to help.
Out usual stalls will be with us but space is limited so we will rarely have guest stalls
The community and REAP stall will not be here, as for safety reasons, we are trying to limit social interactions.
Here is a list of the stalls that will be with us;
Swillington Organic Farm & Headbangers
Christmas may be different this year, but Swillington & Headbangers have your festive offerings sorted!
Bob & Zane are hosting Christmas via there new Headbangers website: https://theheadbangers.co.uk/shop
They have everything from Turkey, Dry aged beef, Smoked Salmon, Lamb, Chicken, Pork & tasty puddings from Tricky Dickie’s Sticky Toffee Pudding Company
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Church View Eggs
Trickie Dickies Sticky Toffee Pudding
Lincolnshire Poacher Cheese
John Johnson’s Fish
Sian's Indian Express
Leeds Bread Co-op
Third Wave Coffee
Stalls unable to attend at present
still able to take orders. You can contact him through his website;
Yorkshire Rapeseed Oil
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.
REAP Gardening Group
The sharing garden at Oakwood has been planted with vegetables, fruit and herbs, by the garden group.
The Big Banana Garden
The Banana Garden has been put to sleep for the winter,
hopefully it will spring into colourful life in 2021.
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